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Ash, Paul Michael
Singer/songwriter/poet/historian (View Portfolio)
Ferdinand, IN 47532-9457
812-367-2371 (fax)
I absorb the who, what, when, where, how and new songs come out. Don't ask me how that works, for I don't know how I write. I play penny whistle, guitars (6 & 12 string), bodrhan (Irish hand drum), harmonica, banjo, mandolin, didgereedo, nose flute, sing and sing a bit of throat song (re: Tuva Monks)
I am self-taught on several instruments. Was awarded an Artist Grant by State of Indiana to write songs of an historical nature about Southern Indiana and to present history programs to fourth grade classes (that's the grade where Indiana History is taught). Have played at festivals in Indiana, Missouri, Alaska, Kentucky. I've played at House Concerts from Conneticutt to Oregon and a lot of states in between. Have attended workshops for song writing, singing, and Bodrhan. I am a Folk Alliance member. My Spice (spouse is not quite the word I'd use for her!) and I ran an outdoor music festival for three years. We have a House Concert Series in our home and have helped three other House Concert Series to start.
Services Offered
  • Assisting in Planning Arts Events
  • Doing demonstrations
  • Education presentations to schools, community organizations
  • Exhibitions/Demonstrations
  • Offer Works for Sale
  • Performances
  • Speaking About My Work Before a Group
Please email for available dates.
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Paul Michael Ash at the opening of Old Hoosier Coffeehouse in Paoli Indiana.
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