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WUMB sponsors the Acoustic Music Camps program for adults, featuring instruction from some of the finest performing musicians working today. Throughout the year, campers come together to learn, share, and celebrate our love for this music.
Instructors are selected not only for their excellence as players, singers, songwriters and performers, but also for their teaching skills. All of these influences, combined with those that campers bring from their own musical backgrounds result in a wonderfully diverse body of work within the Camps community. The songs that you will hear on this Internet channel are the campers’ own recordings. Every performer has attended at least one Acoustic Music Camp.
The Acoustic Music Camps program offers campers the time, the experience and the advice of some of the best folk and acoustic players and songwriters around, both campers and instructors. If you want information about attending any of our folk music camps, visit the SAMW Web site, , or contact us at [email protected].
Thanks for listening!
If you would like to submit songs to the Acoustic Music Camps stream, please follow these guidelines:
Submit CDs by postal mail or audio files by email.
WAV is the best format for audio files, but mp3s will also be accepted.
Include this information for each song: title, performer, composer, other musicians, publisher (if any).
Mail CDs to 100 Morrissey Boulevard, Dorchester, MA 02125 ATTN: ACOUSTIC MUSIC CAMPS STREAM
Email audio files to [email protected]
We are accepting original songs, traditional songs and covers for the stream. There is a maximum length of 5 minutes per recording, and please remember that general rules of community standards apply to lyrics.
Anyone who has attended an Acoustic Music Camps week or weekend is eligible to submit to the channel. But in order to accommodate all of our alumni, EVERYONE performing on your recording must have attended a week or weekend camp.
WUMB Radio General Manager
Acoustic Music Camps Director