It's been inspiring to see the Boston djam scene taking off this fall and winter. Thanks in large part to the tireless organizing efforts of Rob Saunders, folks seem to be getting together in and around Beantown on an almost weekly basis. Every week, it seems, someone new is offering an opportunity to jam and more and more people are stepping up to host or join in. A tip of the chapeau is in order to Rob and the Boston crowd. Does anybody know how to say "Huzzah, huzzah" in French?
In any case, I was wondering if others would care to report on their local djam scene. Is everybody sitting at home playing with jam tracks on their computers or are there some regular opportunties to get together and do it in flesh? This would be an altogether appropriate place to thank the people who help make it happen chez vous.