The SouthEastern Bluegrass Association (SEBA) has a very well done site that provides information on jam sessions in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. They also have a very good database of festivals from around the country, forums, news on bluegrass music in their region and a links repository.
Banjohangout.org is a thriving community of banjo pickers that provides pretty much anything a banjo player may need. Among their offerings is an event listing service for festivals, camps, workshops and jams that are of interest to banjo players. Stop by and check them out.
This site was set up to give bluegrass and related music in the UK a genuine web presence. Whilst there are lots of bluegrass sites out there, we are always encountering people online who think there is no bluegrass scene in Britain or believe that they are the only person in the country to play bluegrass instruments.
ukbluegrass aims to act as a web portal to link all the existing online information together and help those who wish to find out more about the British bluegrass scene.
On a hot July afternoon in 1983, about a dozen members of a beginning Hammered Dulcimer class met at a park in Wyandotte, MI to review what they had learned together. This was the beginning of the Silver Strings Dulcimer Society. Since then, the club has grown to over 100 members playing a variety of acoustic instruments, about half of which are Hammered Dulcimers.
The purpose of the organization is to play the hammered dulcimer together with other instruments for our enjoyment, and to promote and encourage knowledge of the hammered dulcimer through regularly scheduled meetings, workshops, performances, newsletters and other related activities.
Acoustic Friends offers an alternative to generic social networking sites. The community you involve yourself in is built around and for acoustic musicians, allowing you to participate in groups and forums that are full of people who share your interests and passions. Are you tired of being invited to so-and-sos private web chat every few days on other social networking services? Sign up with acoustic friends.
Acousticfriends.com and folkjam.org have partnered to bring you social networking in the virtual world and networking socially in the physical world through jam sessions near you.
This is a multi-purpose site, designed to aid musicians in web-based self-promotional endeavors as well as learning to use existing technology to distribute, collaborate, share, edit and/or create their music...regardless of the tone or type of music. (from their homepage)
The site's content appears to be focused on San Diego County.