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DemiCon 18: May 18-20, 2007

In just a few years the Music Room has become a DemiCon tradition and we are pleased to continue this programming track this year.

During the last 4 years attendees have been enjoying the music track in DemiCon's programming. This year we will, once again, feature a mix of performances, jamming, circles, and panels. The performers are musicians who are also fans, so things are certain to be interesting. Currently, we are still accepting musicians who wish to perform.


If you wish to perform, please email us at so that we can start working out where to fit you in in the schedule.

  Confirmed musicians:
Adam Stemple (Singer/Songwriter/Celtic/Folk/Rock/Etc)
Flatland Ramblers (Celtic)
The great Luke Ski (Dr. Demento favorite)(Contemporary Filk)
Howlin' Beagle (aka Daniel Gunderson)(Modern Folk and Rock)
Ka Klick Martin (aka Bryan Baker) (Modern Folk and Rock)
Orckes and Trolls (Madcap Folk)
Samuel Travis Clemmons (writing / performing / storytelling / directing)
Eric Coleman (Songwriter/Singer/Sarcasm)


We are still considering ideas for music related panels. If you wish to propose an idea, feel free to let us know by emailing us at

Music Circles

Last year's music circles were a lot of fun. This year, we're going to it all over again with a folk circle structured as a standard 'pick, pass, or play' music circle. There will be no set leader, instead the control of the circle will pass around the circle, and each participant may choose to play a song, request a song from another circle member, or pass the choice on to the next person. As before, anyone is welcome to join in on a song. The choice passes from person to person, not the performance. If you have an instrument to bring to a circle, please do so, the more the better.

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