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Playing Since: 1996
Experience Level: Intermediate
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Occupation: Priest, retired military chaplain, spiritual writer, poet.
My grandfather bought me a Gibson style 3 in 1998. It is a fantastic mahogany banjo and continues to be my favorite of the two I own.
I also own a Gibson walnut conversion from the early thirties. It is bright, raspy, and rings high up the neck. It's everything a pre-war Gibson banjo should be.
- Rian Adams
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Lonesome River Band
I write a lot of music that is initially inspired by poetry.
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Rian Adams is a priest, spiritual writer, poet, and a retired military officer. Rian Adams is passionate about helping people on their spiritual journey with the cleansing power of words. Rian Adams is also a retired military officer. In 2015 Rian received a medical retirement due to combat injuries sustained while deployed to Afganistan. During his time in the military, he traveled all over the world, to include Afghanistan, Kuwait, Qatar, Kyrgyzstan, United Arab Emirates, and Germany. Rian served with conventional and special operations. He is one of the few military officers to serve in the U.S. Army and the U.S. Air Force. Rian is also a recipient of the Bronze Star Medal. His military service ended due to combat injuries sustained in Afghanistan, yet he uses these injuries to relate to combat veterans who struggle with physical and mental wounds from experiences in the war. Follow his positive spiritual ideas and tweets on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RianAdams1 Rian now lives in Panama City, FL and writes books and poetry.
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