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Glory-Beaming Banjo Blog interview

Saturday, March 3, 2018

Hey everyone, 

I thought you guys might be interested in this recent interview with me on this fantastic banjo blog written by Brad Kramer:

 

http://glorybeamingbanjo.blogspot.com/2018/03/getting-blitzed-with-tom-collins.html

 

Cheers!

Tom

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ury

Playing Since: 2001
Interests:
[Teaching] [Jamming] [Socializing] [Helping]

Gender: Male
Age: 44

My Instruments:
Enoch model 400 semi-fretless, Ome Omega, Jim Hartel Stichter, Mike Ramsey one-off fretless

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Pope's Arkansas Mountaineers, Dyke's Magic City Trio, Skillet Lickers, Uncle Dave Macon, Brad Leftwich, Walt Koken, John Specker and many more!

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I first heard old time music growing up in Vermont from fiddler John Specker. He'd play at local fairs, stomping away on an old board. I got my first banjo in 2001, and I've been a banjo nut ever since. I play and teach in Salem, MA.

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