Posted by Ryan Cavanaugh on Monday, May 11, 2009
Monday, May 11, 2009 @6:55:53 AM
Seeing Victor Wooten live leaves my jaw on the floor every time. He must have a soft spot in his heart for banjo players. Glad the tour went so well.
Wes Lassiter Says:
Monday, May 11, 2009 @4:55:02 PM
You deserve it Ryan. No one works harder than you and can make things happen on the banjo. I hope you are doing great man!!!
Samurai Banjo Academy Says:
Tuesday, May 12, 2009 @4:14:52 PM
Thank you great performance in Tokyo.
Your play of the jazz was refinement than Bela Fleck.
Great 3 finger style!!
In Don Reno's cool play
In performance of the Country Gentleman
In the sound of the guitar which the Clarence White enraptures
In Dawg's smart sound
In Newgrass Revival's overwhelming performance
In the pursuing of banjo music without the end of Bela Fleck
The fascinated people become a crowd already and are making bluegrass in now.
There is a feeling of seeing the serious bluegrass of the folklore which is done in the cutting-edge while being in Japan.
When next age,I was convinced that it is you that can increase a new type bluegrass fan.
I don't forget the performance of you in Japan by the lifetime.
Next, I wants to see your band in Japan by all means.
Thank you Ryan.
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