Workshops at the Historic Ashland Armory — — —


11 a.m. Corey Harris - Blues guitar

12:30 p.m. Nathan James and Ben Hernandez - home-made instruments: how to make them; how to play them

2 p.m. Paul Sprawl - Blues guitar


11 a.m. Sugar Pie DeSanto and James Moore (owner of Jasman Records) - Working with the Masters of the Blues: What was it like working with performers like Mel Sharp, Jackie Wilson, Etta James, Otis Redding, Rufus Thomas, Smokey and the Miracles, James Brown

12:30 p.m. Ty Curtis - Blues guitar

2 p.m. Annie McIntyre Why people sing: exploring the psychological, physical and spiritual connections.

Free concerts:

Standing Stone Restaurant

101 Oak St., downtown


12 p.m. - Blue Notes

1 p.m. Roadmasters - Tom Frederick, Tom Freeman, Craig Schmele and Bill Hahey

2 p.m. - Door Shakers from Grants Pass

3 p.m. - Lori Brown and Soul Food


12 p.m. Mark and Cindy DeGroft

1 p.m. Chuck Yates

2 p.m. Karen Lovely Band

3 p.m. Beau Berry Band

Alex’s Restaurant

35 N. Main, on the Plaza, downtown


12 p.m. Jerry Zybach

1 p.m. Mike Slizewski and Rob Eller

2 p.m. Craig Wright

3 p.m. Gunnar Roads


12 p.m. Jim Roy and Larry Eaton

1 p.m. Scott Woolsey

2 p.m. Gene Burnett

3 p.m. Pete Herzog

Avalon Bar and Grill

105 W. Valley View, Talent (across from Wal-Mart)


12 p.m. -Tim Church and Craig Schmele

1 p.m. MAJIK - Marcela Ruikis, Jim Quimby, and Kent Hayward

2 p.m. - Jack Fischer and Russ Rodriguez

3 p.m. - Rick Di Dia and Aireene Espiritu


12 p.m. - Craig Martin and Boris Cummings

1 p.m. - Mac Potts

2 p.m. Jaywalker - Dal Carver, Brent Norton, Jeff Adicott, Linda Marie Greenburg Rose Marie Mayer

3 p.m. - Wayne Brandon Joel Diehl