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Playing Since: 2009

Experience Level: Purty Good

Tom Berghan has made 226 recent additions to Banjo Hangout 

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Occupation: Professional Musician until age 37, now I am an Engineer

Gender: Male

Age: 62

My Instruments:
1) Chuck Lee - Vintage Ovilla made in 2008, 12" hardrock maple rim, Kat Eyz bridge - Old Maple and Purpleheart, W.D. Miller Vellum Calfskin head
2) Banjo d'Amore (Orpheus) - Dan Knowles, 2011
3) 1929 Gibson TB-2, four string
4) 5-string Buck Creek - Arthur Hatfield, 2012
5) Gold Tone Fretless Bass Banjo BB-400 Custom, bass tuning EADG, 2010
6) Soprano 4-string - Gold Tone, custom 2011
7) 2014 Mini-Banjo (Soprano 5 string) by Marvin Walker, http://www.banjomaker.net/


Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Earl, Don, Ralph, JD, Jim Mills. I like the "old stuff" and older styles. I admire many of today's younger "progressive" artists, but I have always enjoyed collecting records from the 1920s through to the early 1960s. That fifty year period of American music is my favorite: Bluegrass, Old Time, Blues, Hokum, Rags, Swing, Hillbilly, Country, & Rockabilly. That's for me!

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That'll Never Happen No More

Posted by Tom Berghan, written by Tom Berghan plays Blind Blake

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25 people like this

Play count: 1456
Size: 5,266kb, uploaded 7/31/2011 5:35:25 PM
Genre: Old Time / Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time


Tom Berghan, Blind Blake's 1927 Hokum Rag "That'll Never Happen No More" played on a 2011 Godin 5Th Avenue Archtop

3 comments on “That'll Never Happen No More”

gdoc Says:
Sunday, July 31, 2011 @8:49:42 PM

feel good music all around.
rjs808 Says:
Monday, August 01, 2011 @10:58:07 AM

Another great one, Tom!!
eastside_eddie Says:
Thursday, April 19, 2012 @2:23:41 PM

Great rendition of Blind Blake's tune!

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