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Playing Since: 1980
Experience Level: Expert/Professional
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1987 Stelling Virginian
Don Reno, Earl Scruggs, Alan Munde, Tony Trischka, Eddie Adcock, Bela Fleck, John Hickman, Peter Wernick, Country Gentlemen, Newgrass Revival, Country Gazette, Kentucky Colonels, Seldom Scene, Hot Rize, Tony Rice, Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas, Randy Howard, Dave Peters, Kelly Lancaster, Slim Richey, James McKinney, Tristan Scroggins, Chris Thile, Alex Hargreaves, Grant Gordy, Matt Flinner, Greg Cahill, The Kruger Brothers, Steve Kaufman, Stacy Phillips, Dan Crary, Beppe Gambetta, David Harvey, Ivan Rosenberg, Clint Mullican, Rusty Holloway, Edgar Meyer, Stuart Duncan, Russ Barrenberg, Bryan Sutton, Victor Wooten, Roy Wooten, Howard Levy, Daryl Anger, Mike Marshall, etc...........
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Last Visit 4/20/2013
Friday, January 11, 2013 @5:54:39 PM
Thanks to Donald Nitchie and Greg Cahill for the cover story in the January 2013 edition of the Banjo Newsletter! Thanks also to Geoff Stelling for the ad featuring me on the back cover. I have been playing that Stelling for over 25 years, and now my son Tristan Scroggins plays a Stelling mandolin in my band, Jeff Scroggins and Colorado.
.The interview comes at a great time for me and the band; we have just recorded a new CD with Sally Van Meter doing her usual amazing job of producing. The CD should be ready for release by mid-March or so, and we are pre-selling copies of it on our website, www.jeffscrogginsandcolorado.com.Thanks to the many people that have already ordered products from our website based on the article and to support our recording project.
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