Judy Fjell Newsletter <$today>
September 28, 2013

Good morning, all, from Montana!

GOOD NEWS Goin' Over Home CDs are now available for sale!  The easiest way is to go through the store on my website or just send a check for $18 to me at PO Box 1616 Helena, MT 59624.  I can hardly wait for you to hear it!

Many of you have written to me on Facebook or email saying how much you wished you could have been at the Goin' Over Home CD release concert on September 19th at the Myrna Loy Center in Helena.  I wish you'd been there, too.  We had a grand evening!  About 150 folks attended the show, most of whom had never seen me in concert before.  By the close of the final set I had a whole new set of enthusiastic fans.  It was wonderful, as always, to play with Beth Younglood.  Her beautiful violin, mandolin, and vocals add so much to the show.   And the Helena chapter of the Montana Women's Chorus brought their joyful voices to the end of each set, too!

The other GOOD NEWS is that, thanks to Helena Civic Television at http://helenacivictv.org, you can view an edited version of the September 19th Goin' Over Home CD release concert at the following times: 

Monday, September 30 - 7:30 PM Mountain Daylight Time
Tuesday, October 1 - 1:30 PM Mountain Daylight Time
Wednesday, October 2 - 1:30 PM Mountain Daylight Time
Thursday, October 3 - 10 AM Mountain Daylight Time

I hope one of those times will work for you, and I'll let you know if they will be scheduling it again in their programming.

Oh, yes, and I'd like to remind you that I have two other CD release concerts scheduled in Montana, with special guests: Beth Youngblood and the Montana Women's Chorus.
MISSOULA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4,  7:30 PM, Quaker Meeting House, 12th and Grant ($17)
BOZEMAN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 7:30 PM Weaver Room at the Emerson Center ($17)

Other fall concerts scheduled are:
BOULDER HOT SPRINGS (Boulder, MT), Friday, October 25, 7 PM with Prairie Smoke and Poet Kerri Kumasaka (come early and soak before the concert)

And, looking further ahead  . .
OLYMPIA, WA at TRADITIONS  Saturday, March 1

Keep in touch and keep making music!