Here are some of RedDog's friends & favorite places on the web.

Lasley & Russ Violins - best violin shop west of the Mississippi, stop in and say hi to Duane & Chris

Old Time Seattle - "the" music and dance resource for old-time music in the Northwest

American Standard Time - Greg Vandy's great blog on Roots and Americana music. An extension of his KEXP Radio show "The Roadhouse" which you can listen to live from 6-9pm wed evenings at 90.3 on the FM dial in Seattle or anytime on the internet at: .

Northwest Folklife Festival- Seattle's premier folk music festival at the end of May every year

Seattle Folk Festival - Great festival in Seattle, happening December 9th, 10th & 11th this year.

Hearth Music - Devon & Dejah Leger's Roots, Americana and World music management organization and blog, based in Seattle.

The Tallboys-  everybody's favorite Seattle old-time band, check out their twice-monthly square dance at the Tractor Tavern

Atlas Stringband- that other band that Tom's in, they're ok too

W.B. Reid & Bonnie Zahnow- the pied pipers of Seattle's old-time music scene

Avast Studios- a fine place to record your next CD.  Ask for Jonny if you're headed to our sister city, Portland Oregon, Bill Martin's site is where you find out what's happening in the old-time music world

3 Crown Creative- where Tom goes to scratch out a living in-between the lucrative old-time band gigs

The Canotes- these wacky Seattle brothers have led many down the path to ruin over the years with their weekly stringband classes

Centralia Old-time Music Campout- the most relaxing week you can spend.  Beautiful rural Washington State during the only month of the year when it doesn't rain, old-time music 24hrs a day & Ray keeps a keg of local micro-brew on ice all week!

 Violinisto- Doug's violin site

The Violin Maker-a seven minute film featuring RedDog's music

Four Dollar Shoe- this is a side project that Tom is involved in along with Morgan John