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Monday, January 28, 2008

One of my two bands (Bayou Bluegrass) played a 2 hour live show on Acadiana Open Channel, in Lafayette, LA on Jan. 18, 2008. Here are a few clips from a video our bass player made. We're still waiting for the DVD from the station. I uploaded Will the Circle Be Unbroken, Old Joe Clark, Hallelujah I'm Ready, and a Cajun classic Jolie Blonde. This was a fun night, and they've invited us back to do it again! I put these under Live Playing, Public Venues. Let me know what you think!
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Playing Since: 1977
Experience Level: Purty Good

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Occupation: Training Specialist, Manufacturing, LED FastStart

Gender: Male
Age: 60

My Instruments:
1. Custom made Stewart MacDonald kit with arch top and custom hand carved inlays.
2. 1964? Dixie Banjo Uke (not currently playable)
3. No-name, open back, fretless...probably made from a kit. Bought it from a friend.
4. Alvarez acoustic guitar (circa 1978)
5. Harmony mandolin (looks like a beginner model, probably 40+ years old)
6. McSpadden mountain dulcimer
7. Epiphone copy of ? Les Paul
8. Epiphone by GIbson strat-like electric
9. Washburn acoustic guitar with electronics (my father-in-law bought this just a few months before he passed away...very special guitar)
10. Bell and Son Boucher minstrel banjo that I built from a kit. I play this one with Roscoe, Lee and Abadie, a reenacting antebellum and Civil War era trio.

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
So many artists, so many genres...In no particular order: Earl Scruggs, Lester Flatt, Don Reno, Bill Keith, John Hartford, Doc Watson, John Prine, Bob Dylan, Bill Monroe, Bela Fleck, Tony Rice, Old Crow Medicine Show, Blue Highway, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Steve Earl, Eric Clapton, The Osborne Brothers, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, String Wizards, Seldom Scene, Grateful Dead, Old and In The Way, Hank Williams (Sr. and Jr.), Merle Haggard, Jimmy Martin, Lynard Skynard, Jethro Tull, The Who, The Guess Who, CCR, Led Zeplin, Pink Floyd, Bob Marley and the Wailers, Dire Straits, The Beatles, The Kinks, Queen, The Rolling Stones, George Thorogood and the Destroyers, James Taylor, Jim Croche, Bruce Cockburn, and so many more...



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Been playing for years, but don't let that throw you. I'm only ok at it.

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