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Playing Since: 1982
Experience Level: Novice
royce has made 4 recent additions to Banjo Hangout
Occupation: Capital Project Accountant/Financial Analyst TECO
A few old Musty smelling Gibson Banjos
A neat old 1967 Style B Baldwin banjo
I like the Traditional stuff with a splash of melodic thrown in to keep it interesting.
Walter Hensley influenced my picking early on. Of coarse Earl Scruggs was a huge influence. Mike Snider is also an old favorite.
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Size: 2,438kb, uploaded 8/13/2012 8:21:39 PM
Played all the instruments. Not the best recording and my banjer was buzzin some...oh well.
on “Lonesome Road Blues (Going Down that Road Feelin Bad)”
Tuesday, August 14, 2012 @3:27:01 AM
Hey Royce, I have really enjoyed all of your recent posts.Thanks for taking the time. Ron
Tuesday, August 14, 2012 @9:51:34 AM
Way to get it don Royce. Liked your arrangement and always like the picking.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012 @10:21:30 AM
Thank you Rick and Ronald.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012 @10:42:24 AM
Dem Blues made me smile! ;-)
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Monday, March 25, 2013 @7:57:48 PM
Just found this tonight... kinda waiting out the weather and not much happening... Top of the line, a lot of similaritys and I wish I could get your sound... (Did steal some of it) Thats the way its supposed to be done.. just lay it out... great job..
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