Are YOU an accordion addict?

It's time YOU faced the MUSIC ... 

Time YOU started working the

12 Steps to Accordion Awareness with
ACCORDIONS ANONYMOUS
 

Upcoming Shows:

Sunday May 26, 4:20 pm

NorthWest Folklife Festival

Shaw Room (Acoustic Stage)

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12 Steps to Accordion Awareness is out.
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12 Step CD Cover


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New videos recently added from Northwest Folklife and more!

For booking accordions anonymous or info contact booking@accordionsanonymous.org

 

The Accordionist's Prayer
    Grant me the musicality to accept the melodies I cannot change,
    The courage to improvise when I can,
    And the wisdom to know the difference!

 

Anonymous Links

History of Accordions Anonymous

Love Letters to Accordions Anonymous

An Open Letter to Dave Barry

Queen Accordionna

Those Darn Accordions

Sharon R.'s website

 

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Anonymous Performers (Who?)

  • Bud C.: Tuba, Acoustic Bass
  • David L.: Charango, Trombone, Accordion
  • Kenny S.: Percussion
  • Kerry L.: Accordion
  • Maurya K.: Accordion
  • Sharon R.: Recorder, Accordion
  • Sue H.: Fiddle, Accordion
  • TK M.: Percussion, Accordion
  • Lorelei A.: Accordion

 


What:
By creating a safe and caring atmosphere, this group helps its members overcome the debilitating effects of accordion addiction.  Members gain confidence and peace of mind through performing and parading in public, "working the steps" together, and sharing stories of how they got "hooked".

Why:
As members of Accordions Anonymous, we have come to understand that we are powerless over our addiction and have made a decision to turn our phrasing and tempo over to the care of a Higher Musical Power.  We believe in progress, not perfection.   Thinking the tune through.  And taking one note at a time.

And ... if  we don't meet your needs you may want to check out:
Emerald Valley Accordion ClubFirst Monday of very month, 6:30-9 pm, at the Vet's Club, 1626 Willamette St., Eugene. Bring your axe - show off, listen, jam, learn. 
 

IN MUSICALITY, ....  Accordions Anonymous

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