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Fans of the late, great Allen Shelton.

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Administrators: Jacob Underwood (owner)

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My Allen Shelton Stuff from 1969

I joined a while ago, but forgetting that I tried to poste long time ago. Anyway I was reminded when I just found a rarely used Facebook... Read More
From robbif 6 years ago
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Shelton tabs

Hi I'm looking for any Allen Shelton tabs I can find. If anyone has any they would be willing to share I'd greatly appreciate it.    Thanks  Jim  
From Jim1 8 years ago
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Classic Shelton

I've been digging through my lp and cassette collection looking for Shelton recordings that I haven't listened to in years.  Today, I listened to Jim and Jesse's "In the... Read More
From darylearl 9 years ago

Where's my Post?

I'm not used to this blog format. I thought I entered a long post a couple weeks ago about my meeting Allen. Does anyone see it, or is it gone, or am I crazy? (Please don't answer the last... Read More
From robbif 9 years ago
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Indian Springs

I have a great  cassette "Indian Springs" by Kenny Baker and Blaine Sprouse that has Allen Shelton on banjo. (1988)  The other musicians are Buck White, David Grier, and... Read More
From darylearl 9 years ago

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Tablature: Are You Missing Me
Linked by Jacob Underwood 8 years ago: This is my own solo for "Are You Missing Me," but it's definitely an Allen Shelton inspired solo.

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Home Sweet Home - Jacob Underwood
Linked by Jacob Underwood 9 years ago: "Home Sweet Home" played out of open F. I used a classic Allen Shelton ending.

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Whispering - Jacob Underwood
Linked by Jacob Underwood 9 years ago: This has been one of my favorite tunes to play for quite awhile. I've always loved listening to Allen Shelton's playing.

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Sweet Georgia Brown
Linked by James Stiltner 9 years ago

MP3: (untitled)
Linked by darylearl 9 years ago: Dobro brand 5 string dobro. Fun instrument to play!

MP3: When You're Smiling
Linked by Jacob Underwood 9 years ago: This was originally a big band song, made famous by Louis Armstrong. I tried to play this a lot like Allen Shelton, but I changed the chord progression a little bit. I stole the intro from Mike Scott

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