Wee Doggies Bluegrass Band

August 13th, Thursday
Wee Doggies
traditional to contemporary bluegrass
Earl Karlesn-mandolin, vocals, Arnie Reisman – banjo, vocals, Jerry Fabris-acoustic bass, vocals,
TC-guitar, fiddle, vocals
Vreeland Store – outdoor restaurant
www.thevreelandstore.com
West Milford, NJ
6-8pm

Wee Doggies Bluegrass

July 25th, Saturday
Wee Doggies Bluegrass Band
traditional to contemporary bluegrass
Earl Karlesn-mandolin, vocals, Arnie Reisman – banjo, vocals, Jerry Fabris-acoustic bass, vocals,
TC-guitar, fiddle, vocals
Vreeland Store – outdoor restaurant
www.thevreelandstore.com
West Milford, NJ
6-8pm

CCM 4 – Wax Cylinder recording

Listen to the CCM 4 play “When the Saints Go Marching In” on the Audio page.
Recorded on March 3, 2020 at CCM on a 1905 wax cylinder recorder by museum curator Jerry Fabris of the Edison National Historic Park.

CCM 4
Teresa Roccanova – vocals
Dr. Rich Gradone – cornet
Frank Murphy – acoustic bass
Todd Collins – ‘guitjo’

Full Professor promotion

I am proud to announce that my promotion to full professor has gone through. After 25 years of working and teaching at County College of Morris, I have climbed up the ranks to the top level. I am grateful and proud to be with CCM after all of these years.

Red Oak Trio

March 15th, Sunday
Bluegrass, swing, honky tonk and much more.
Dave Rimelis – fiddle, guitar, vocals Todd Lanka – acoustic bass TC – mando, banjo, guitar, vocals
Excellent food!
Brunch
Ryland Inn
Whitehouse Station, NJ
11-2

Edison Wax Cylinder Recordings at CCM

The County College of Morris (CCM) Music, Performing Arts and Music Technologies department will present Tech Talk featuring a demonstration by Jerry Fabris, museum curator at the Thomas Edison National Historic Park. The presentation will take place at CCM’s Music Technology Center’s Performance Lab, Room 105, on Tuesday, March 3, 12:30-1:45p.m. The public is welcome to attend this free and informative demonstration. CCM is located at 214 Center Grove Road in Randolph.

Fabris will give a live demonstration of Edison’s original wax cylinder phonograph. He will be conducting a live recording and playback session demonstrating Edison’s invention that inspired the growth of musical artistry and led to the birth of the record industry. Edison’s invention changed the world and is essential to everything the music recording industry does today.

This program is partially funded by the State of New Jersey and the U.S. Department of Education.