Past Gigs

Flying Jenny often plays for dances at Birmingham Footmad as well as local festivals and events.  You can follow these links to see them perform for a concert and a dance at the Big Read kickoff for the Birmingham Public Library in 2010.


A sample of organizations and events for which Flying Jenny has played:

Tannehill State Park, Labor Day Festival, 1995; Jewish Community Center, Birmingham, Summer Concert Series, June 1995; Birmingham Public Library, Brown Bag Lunch Concert, May 1995, April 1996, October 1998; Alabama Humanities Foundation, Meeting of Board of Directors, Jan. 1996 & Oct. 1998; Birmingham Museum of Art, Concert in Conjunction with "Pictured in my Mind" folk art exhibition, February 12, 1996; Southern Heritage Festival, Pickensville, September 1996 and 1997; Kiwanis Club, Downtown Birmingham Oct. 1998; Artburst Concert Series, Birmingham, November 1998, December 1999; Cahaba River Festival, Centerville, April 1997; Indian Springs School Town Hall Concert Series, Jan. 1999; 11th International Conference on Atmospheric Electricity, NASA, July 1999; PEO Statewide Conference, Birmingham, April 1999; Artburst performance with Dolores Hydock, "Footprint in the Sky,' Sept. 1999; Homestead Hollow Crafts Festival, Fall 1997-99;Alabama State Council on the Arts, Arts in Education workshop, July 1998; Alabama Humanities Foundation Silver Anniversary Conference, "Stories Alabama Tells," October 30, 1999; First place winner, Old-Time String Band competition, Tennessee Valley Old-Time Fiddler’s Convention, Athens, AL, Oct. 1997,1998, 2000, 2002, 2004; First place winner, Uncle Dave Macon Days, July 2002;  Footprint in the Sky performance with storyteller Dolores Hydock,  Oneonta, AL, April 2000; Locust Fork Festival, Hayden, AL, May 2000; Music by Moonlight, Outdoor Music series, Dothan, AL , June 2000; Brown Bag Lunch at Birmingham Public Library with storyteller Dolores Hydock, March 2001 and with Herb Trotman and Kathy Hinkle, December 2002; Alabama Sampler Stage of City Stages, 2001 & 03; United Methodist Conference of North Alabama,  Birmingham Southern University with Dolores Hydock; Acmar Methodist Church with Dolores; Emmett O'Neal Library in Mountain Brook with Dolores; Samford University Faculty Dinner, September 2002, Outdoor Academy, Brevard, NC, Nov. 2002; Rikard's Mill Festival, Beatrice, AL, April 2003; Gorham's Bluff, October, '03, Pepper Place Farmers' Market. July 2004; Walk As One Walk-a-thon, sponsored by the National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ), Oct. 04; Alexander City Arts Council, Jan. 05, Sylacauga Arts Council, Feb. 05; Boom Town Days Heritage Celebration in Fort Payne, Auburn Public Library, Alys Stephens Center in Birmingham.,  Atmore's Centennial Celebration.

Finally!  Our name in Lights!

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