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3. Ideas for JAM articles
 

By Wayne Richmond
Posted Tuesday, December 28, 2004

You contribute to JAM by creating an article and allocating it to one (or more, if appropriate) of the sub-sections.

free publicity!

As a member of a group you might use the Artists section to introduce yourselves and the Events section to tell about upcoming performances.

Perhaps you would like to post a review in ‘Articles’ about a CD or concert you are excited about.

Looking for a particular sheet of music? Why not ask about it in the ‘Music wanted’ sub-section of the Folk Mart.

Are you the organiser of a folk club? Introduce the club and promote future events (and review past ones) in your own sub-section of ‘Venues/Clubs’.

Are you organising a concert or dance? Spread the word by adding an article to the ‘Events’ section.

find a fiddler!

Are you a fiddler looking for others to play with? Tell about yourself in the ‘Musicians available’ sub-section of the Folk Mart.

Have you been doing some research into a topic that you think other NSW folkies would be interested in hearing about? Share what you have discovered in the ‘Misc articles’ sub-section of Articles/Reviews.

Are you looking for a harmonica teacher? Ask for one in the ‘Teachers wanted’ sub-section of the Folk Mart.

Have you discovered a relevant web site that you think would be of interest to other NSW folkies? Add it to the ‘Links’ section.

have your say!

Do you have a strong opinion about a topic relevant to the NSW folk community? Have your say by adding an article to the ‘Misc articles’ sub-section of Articles/Reviews.

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