out there that I would like to share with you!
Jamie Laval recently sent me some fun pix
from his visit to Charlotte, NC.
I thought of you ...(recently)… when I went on
a walking mural tour of downtown Charlotte.
They have quite an active guild of
public-art artists there.” -Jamie
I really enjoy your online Zoom-Concerts,
and especially hearing you ‘Live’ whenever I can!
I encourage everyone to subscribe
to Jamie’s Mailing list and check-out his music.
What a treat!!
more than a few art groups!…
In case you would like a little encore
here are two of Jamie's songs you will
Witchery Fate Song
Jamie is having a St. Patrick’s concert!
Check it Out!
In honor of the St. Pat's season, I'll be paying homage to the musical culture of the Emerald Isle with a day of traditional Irish tunes.
Joining me live in my home studio will be my friends Ivana Carlson (violin) and Sam d'Entremont (Irish wooden flute and penny whistle).
We'll be playing favorite time-honored jigs, reels, and hornpipes from both sides of the pond. I'll also share my reverence for the bagpipe music from Ireland. And on an exotic note, we'll play a short selection of bagpipe tunes from Transylvania!
If you are new to online concerts, [Click Here] to learn more.
Please join us for toe-tapping tunes, stories,
and fun!” ~JAMIE
I went on another mural walk yesterday in Charlotte and am continually surprised how much public art this city of 880,000 has. The public art consortium in Charlotte is really proactive with funding, commissioning, and promotions.
For the benefit of your blog readers, here is an interactive guide to the art walks in downtown Charlotte. For each tour, just click on the "Start Walking" button to see images of the murals in that group. -Jamie Laval
The definitive guide to 70+ Charlotte
street murals, mapped
Top 10 Murals in Charlotte
by heather on February 28, 2021