Posted by Michael Miles on Wednesday, March 28, 2012
I'm doing my one man show, "From Senegal to Seeger: Stories of the American Banjo" at the Ferst Center of Georgia Tech University in Atlanta on Friday, April 13 at 5pm. I'm writing because I was hoping that someone could loan me an acoustic guitar to use for the show. I use 5-6 banjos and 1 guitar. I ship a few, travel with a few, and borrow a few usually from the presenter. This time, the presenter hasn't found anything for me, and I'm wondering if anybody could help.
I'd be happy to trade free tix, CD's, lessons, stories, beer or whatever. I won't have a car, so somehow you'd need to get the instrument to me and pick it up as well.
Thanks. I don't use this banjo hangout much but it seems like a great way to reach out the world of the banjo brother/sister-hood. Thanks... Michael
PS. I rewrote my website in the past few months and there are free tabs and downloads there to check out at milesmusic.org.
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