NEW DATES: Thurs. June 25 – Sun. 28 2020

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FOLK BLUEGRASS BLUES

Flagstaff Roots & Boots Music Camp is a fun-filled, productive camp for adults devoted to the study and enjoyment of Folk, Bluegrass, Acoustic & Blues music. The camp will be held at the Arizona Nordic Village, located 21 miles north of Flagstaff, Arizona at the base of the magnificent San Francisco Peaks. Come “woodshed” with us and hone your musical skills with intensive lessons taught by renowned instructors in a supportive and fun environment. Please see our COVID 19 safety policies and measures we will enforce to help keep everyone safe and happy.

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Instructors

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Peter McLaughlin

Peter McLaughlin is an acclaimed acoustic guitarist, songwriter, vocalist, performer, recording artist and music instructor located in Tucson, AZ.  He plays many genres and styles, and specializes in acoustic flatpicking and fingerpicking techniques.  He was born in Washington DC, and his family's roots are in Scotland and England by way of Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina.  Early on, [...]

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Rebekah Rolland

Rebekah Rolland is a singer, multi-instrumentalist, and songwriter based in Tucson. Early immersion in Arizona’s old-time and Bluegrass scene fueled her love for the tradition of storytelling through music, prompting her to study literature and music at the University of Arizona before setting out on several national tours with Tucson-based band, Run Boy Run. Five years on the road as [...]

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Mark Miracle

Award winning mandolinist Mark Miracle has been playing Bluegrass/Americana music for over 40 years. Traveling the globe, his stylings and expertise has made him a sought after bandmate, guest artist and teacher. Having roots deep in traditional Bluegrass, this only bears as the foundation for what Mark brings as a contemporary musician and vocalist. As such, Mark explores all [...]

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Rudy Cortese

Rudy Cortese is a singer, songwriter and composer from Cortland, NY. He is a five time winner of the Four Corner States Banjo Championships, and also an Arizona state banjo champion, as well as winning numerous contests in the southwest region. Rudy’s invigorating charisma on stage and off is undeniable and his energy is passionate and infectious. His original [...]

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John Reischman – Teaching online only for 2020

John Reischman is one of the premier mandolinists of his generation. He’s a master instrumentalist capable of swinging between re-inventions of traditional old-time tunes, deconstructions from the bluegrass repertoire, and compelling original tunes, many of which have become standards. He’s also a powerful bandleader, touring his band the Jaybirds all over Canada and the United States. But most of [...]

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K. C. Groves – Teaching online only for 2020

When K.C. Groves was a young musician she was mentored by bluegrass and acoustic music greats such as Sally Van Meter, Charles Sawtelle and Laurie Lewis. She has since become a driving force in her own right, passing on that spark and pure joy of playing music. A multi-faceted musician, spirited bandleader and inspiring mentor, K.C.’s energy, tenacity, and [...]

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Chris Brashear – Teaching online only for 2020

Chris Brashear is a multi-instrumentalist, a singer and a songwriter. Along with Peter McLaughlin and Todd Phillips, Chris shared an artist residency at the Museum of Northern Arizona which produced The Colton House Sessions: Songs For The Southwest. Chris’s most recent solo recording, Heart Of The Country, was produced by the Grammy Award winning producer Jim Rooney. Chris brings [...]