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www.drydockbrewing.com
Playing Since: 2008
Experience Level: Purty Good

Interests:
[Jamming] [Socializing]

Occupation: Brewer; Medical Laboratory Scientist

Gender: Male
Age: 52

My Instruments:
Epiphone MB-200
OME Sweetgrass (Mahogany)
2011 North Creek Tahawus s/n 001

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Earl, Hot Rize, Dillards, Don Reno, Ralph Stanley, JD Crowe, Bill Monroe, Doc Watson, Ricky Skaggs, and some newer stuff like Dan Tyminski, Steep Canyon Rangers, Grasscals, Northern Lights, Blue Highway, Michael Cleveland, Long Road Home, Badly Bent, Remington Ryde...

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Created 6/29/2008
Last Visit 11/17/2021

I got a Bachelor's Degree in Music and then changed my mind and got another degree so I could work in a medical laboratory. A few years went by and I started working as a brewer in a small microbrewery. I didn't drink coffee (back then), and I work early in the morning brewing beer before I go to the lab in the afternoon. I found Bluegrass on XM radio, and it worked better than coffee! After only a few mornings of hearing some high-powered banjo licks, I looked up at the heavens and thought, "I wanna do that!" My wife bought my Epiphone for my birthday in 2008, and I started trying to learn how to play it. I was a wind/piano/voice musician who had never played stringed instruments, and it was quite a surprise to find out how hard learning the banjo could be. I practice every day and I listen to bluegrass all day long. My OME Sweetgrass makes me sound really good, until I miss a few notes! A nice banjo will make you want to play more and more.

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