A myriad of Mother's Day talent!

A myriad of Mother's Day talent!

Hey folks, check this out…

Join me this weekend, Saturday May 9th at 8pm EST for our FREE 6th Quarantine Concert , Live from the Fur Peace Station Concert Hall. I have a great set planned and a part for all of you so I hope you choose to spend some time with us.

And on Sunday, May 10th at 10 pm UK, 5 PM Eastern, 4 PM Central and 2 PM Pacific, join me in a streaming concert along with Billy Bragg, Rosanne Cash, Mary Chapin Carpenter,Steve Earle, Shovels & Rope, Rufus Wainwright, Richard Thompson, The Indigo Girls, Todd Snider, KT Tunstall, Loudon Wainwright, Amy Helm, Jospeh Arthur, Stella Donnelly, Andrew Bird, Fink, Joan Osborne, Hamilton Leithauser, Valerie June, The Mountain Goats. With More to be Announced…WFUV’s Rita Houston will host the event. Families around the world will be able to connect virtually through this shared experience, celebrating all mothers everywhere through music while supporting those in need. 100% of net ticket proceeds will be donated to the The United Nations Foundation fund addressing sexual and reproductive health and rights during the COVID-19 pandemic.


And of course to reiterate, those of us still sequestered here in Southeast Ohio at the Fur Peace Ranch will be reaching out to you all again Saturday the 9th of May at 8:00PM Eastern time. Can’t say it too much!


More live music...

More live music...

Have a great weekend, and stay well!


  1. Comment made on May 10, 2020 by Brian Doyle

    Too bad Bob can’t show up at FPR for a song or two…

  2. Comment made on May 10, 2020 by rich l

    The intro to Knocking On Heavens Door was mesmerizing

    Jorma, the $5.oo Bob owes you, let it go!

  3. Comment made on May 9, 2020 by Joe from VA

    American Spectator article touts the Captain’s Quarantine Concert Series….


  4. Comment made on May 8, 2020 by Judge Jim

    Hey Jorma – loves your posts – helps keep us all connected – looking forward to whatever surprises you have for us tomorrow – All the best – Jim

  5. Comment made on May 8, 2020 by AndyK

    Sorry off topic
    Was just listening (again) to my favorite album America’s Choice.
    Always thought Serpent of Dreams and Hit Single #1 were the best tracks.
    Today Invitation is the winner! I’m once again entranced by Jack’s playing bass lines like a lead instrument. You guys are a bit reminiscent of Cream in how you are able to play so well together while simultaneously demonstrating individuality (and virtuosity).
    Who knows, tomorrow perhaps Walkin’ Blues will climb to the top of my personal Billboard chart!
    Thank you for all the joy you engender.

  6. Comment made on May 8, 2020 by Greg martelli

    Yo hoo!
    Maybe we’ll get 1952 Vincent black lightning
    Go red Molly

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