This is in Leakesville, MS and includes a mule pull, quilting, cane syrup squeezing and making syrup, hog killing and the works (nothing barred), horse and wagon train, corn grinding, etc...
Oh, a bluegrass band. Highway 63 Bluegrass will be there all day. This is an all volunteer event so, any bluegrass bands interested, let me know.Add Comment
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Playing Since: 1979
Experience Level: Purty Good
[Jamming] [Socializing] [Helping]
D.P. Hopkins mahogany,
1933 RB-11 conversion,
"the hoss" Gibson parts banjo with Huber HR-30 ring, rim and flange.
Lonesome River Band
and of course, Bela Fleck.
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Last Visit 4/12/2011
I started out with the book "Fiddle Tunes for Banjo". I recommend the Scruggs book though for beginners: however; be careful to know the entire chord position whether you are using part of it or not.
I pick banjo with the Dog River Boys around Mobile, Alabama.
'Heel fitting jig' 1 hr
'Ibanez B200 Advice' 2 hrs
'Recording King RK-80' 2 hrs
'I'm feeling rathah....' 3 hrs