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Playing Since: 1994
Experience Level: Novice
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Occupation: college administrator
I enjoy most music. My banjo interest is exclusively old-timey, and that's why I joined this site. I love the Skillet Lickers, Uncle Dave Macon, Earl Johnson and the Clodhoppers, the New Lost City Ramblers, and the Holy Modal Rounders. My favorite banjo players are Fred Cockerham, Tommy Jarrell, Bob Carlin, Paul Brown, Joel Mabus, Bruce Molsky, and all kinds of others. I'm also a HUGE fan of Curtis Eller's American Circus. Curtis is one of my oldest pals in the world, and the first banjo player I ever met.
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Size: 1,420kb, uploaded 1/1/2007 10:44:17 PM
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This was a transition tune for me in more ways than one. When Timmy left the band, I got drafted on banjo, and this is one of the first I started playing banjo on. I used to begin this tune on tinwhistle and end it on bass. Here I switch to banjo, and I'm late coming in!
on “ZFB- Boatman/Roscoe”
Wednesday, January 10, 2007 @2:05:30 PM
Way to go Stev187. I enjoyed this!
Wednesday, February 21, 2007 @2:29:05 PM
What a fun arrangement! Cool!
Thursday, March 15, 2007 @7:15:45 PM
Ye got me toes a-tapping, fella. What great energy. Thanks.
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