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Playing Since: 1984
Experience Level: Purty Good
Just Bill has made 4 recent additions to Banjo Hangout
[Teaching] [Jamming] [Socializing] [Helping]
Occupation: Flight instructor, Casino security consultant, Retired police detective lieutenant
--2012 Huber VRB-G Truetone w/ SS frets, Presto tailpiece, Keith D-Tuners and Lexington engraving.
--1994 Gibson Earl Scruggs Standard Model, Keith D-Tuners, Price Straightline tailpiece, Stelling compensated bridge.
Banjo pickers: Earl! (of course), Bobby Thompson, Tom Adams, Murphy Henry (my hero), Ron Block, Greg Cahill, Janet Beazley, Cia Cherryholmes, Roger Starnes, Nick Hornbuckle.
Bands: Mark Phillips & IIIrd Generation, Spinney Brothers (Canada), John Reischman & The Jaybirds, Thomas Porter & Copper River, Del McCoury Band, Glenn Wilbourn's Flint Hill Special (an Arizona band), High Plains Tradition (Colo.), Chris Stuart and Backcountry, Special Consensus, Triple L Band (New Mexico).
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Last Visit 5/18/2013
on “Bill & Lynn Breen Pickin' In Tucson”
Saturday, January 17, 2009 @7:53:06 PM
Mighty fine looking couple ,,you have the right idea about how to hold a family together ,,or was it her idea.. Do you get to play with the daughter ??
||Just Bill Says:|
Saturday, January 17, 2009 @8:25:36 PM
Thanks, Eddie! My wife and I played music with our daughter when she was a little girl. But now she lives on the other side of the country, so we seldom get to play together any more. But thankfully, she and the grandchildren are involved in music, so that's what counts. :^)
||Greg Connor Says:|
Sunday, January 18, 2009 @5:22:54 AM
Looks like you are having a great time.
I can see you married well Bill. You are a good looking couple.
||Just Bill Says:|
Sunday, January 18, 2009 @8:40:42 AM
Howdy, Greg, and thanks!
Yes, we had a good time that night. We got a little worried in the middle of our set when people all got up and started folding up and putting away all their chairs and tables--and we still had about an hour to go! I thought, "Good grief, do they think we're THAT bad???
It turned out they were getting rid of the tables and chairs so they would have room to dance! ...and dance, they did! LOL!
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