Posted by pawoodwkr on Saturday, June 16, 2012
I attended the 3 Rivers Arts Festival Bluegrass day at Point State Park Saturday. Got to talk with Jim Scott of Midnight Drive. He is a self-taught musician, first learned guitar then mastered banjo. And I do meam mastered! He took time after their set to show me his Gibson Mastertone.
Everyone in the band was both very talented and very personable. KDKA-TV did a feature on them the Thursday before, the link is right here:
Peter Rowan's band was also very good, and offered a nice version of Midnight Moonlight. But Del McCoury was the highlight of the evening. His band did 1952 Vincent and played for 1 1/2 hour.
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Monday, June 18, 2012 @2:34:20 PM
I went to the festival as well, Del singing "Cold Rain and Snow" blew my socks off.
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'Original Instrumental' 42 min
'Cam d - tuners' 58 min
'Athens County' 1 hr
'Goodwill banjo' 2 hrs