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Back to Cleveland, OH!

Sunday, December 29, 2013

The last blog post I made on here was over 5 years ago.

At that time, I had recently relocated from NC to OH and began a new job.

The new job had me working throughout the Midwest and East Coast and then relocating to Iowa for about a year.  Soon enough, in an effort to climb the proverbial corporate ladder, I relocated back to Ohio and forgot all about my banjo.  Life took me out to California for a few years and then life landed me back in Cleveland again a couple of months ago.

While life is filled with uncertainty...the banjo remains a constant source of pleasure and again I find myself returning to it again.  Hopefully, I'll stick around and allow it to remain a more permanent fixture in my life. 

It's nice to be back here on the hangout and seeing y'all again.

Rob

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Playing Since: 2006
Experience Level: Novice

Interests:
[Teaching] [Jamming] [Socializing] [Helping]

Gender: Male
Age: 44

My Instruments:
Gold Tone MM-150

Have a few others...

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Old time festival tunes. Can't even begin to start. Round Peak. Any and all appalachian fiddle music. You know....Old-Time.


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Created 7/7/2007
Last Visit 8/9/2016

I am 38 years old, born and raised in Northern Ohio. When I was 26, I decided to move to North Carolina to play bluegrass banjo. My brother bought me a Tommy Jarrell cd before I left and it was all OT all the way. I learned to play from Wayne Erbsen and spent the next few years playing with and making some great friends there. It's been a few years since then and I have returned to Ohio and am awaiting my next adventure...

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