Posted by jimh269b on Wednesday, October 28, 2009
i put a lot of tunes on here and the reason why,first i hope my grandson will play these tunes and learn by them,that would make very very happy for him to carry this tradtion on,next for the pickers who just plain loves to pick and maybe they will pick up something and also at my age i can tell my fingers dont work like they use to,i guess my age and work has a lot to do with that,so thats the story,HAPPY PICKIN ALL THANKS FOR ALL YOUR COMMENTS
jason holgate Says:
Wednesday, October 28, 2009 @5:14:30 PM
jim as a new picker i enjoy all your songs pickin and videos it does help and i agree i hope your family carries on thanks j
Wednesday, October 28, 2009 @5:36:11 PM
I second that, always look forward to & enjoy You're posts!
Wednesday, October 28, 2009 @8:03:39 PM
Hey Jim I can't speak for the rest of these fellows on here but buddy I sure do enjoy ur pickin ...I think you are an awesome banjo picker.. and I don't know of anyone who knows as many tunes as you do especially Fiddle Tunes ...Appreciate ya alot Take Care ..Hope we can get together soon so you can try my new Smitty Smithtone Archtop Out ..
Thursday, October 29, 2009 @3:06:22 AM
Hey Jim, i hope he carries it on as well. as for our age, we aint that old buddy, its just life and bullying bosses that take their toll on us, as for the pickin....i wish my fingers worked like yours , man it would sure be good to share an afternoon on the porch with you.....good luck Jim.
Sunday, November 8, 2009 @12:58:07 PM
Thanks Jim for leaving us all a fine legacy of banjo music. Your style of picking is a favourite of many members of this webisite and you are highly thought of as a musician. You have all my respect for all your hard work.
Friday, March 12, 2010 @8:44:10 PM
Thanks Jim for all the fine picking I heard you play at a party at your house when we were in high school and I have wanting to play the banjo ever since
Monday, April 5, 2010 @1:12:44 PM
I think Don has said it best - you a truly unique in your in your playing and approach, and you can bet that
lots of folks have benefitted fom your songs. you should be real proud of your legacy my friend
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