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Playing Since: 1958
Experience Level: Purty Good

Interests:
[Teaching] [Jamming] [Socializing] [Helping]

Occupation: self employed

Gender: Male
Age: 76

My Instruments:
Deering Golden Era, Gibson long neck folk, and my favorite, a Nichols.

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Any and all from Earl to Bela, My favorite right now is The Foggy Hogtown Boys - Chris Quinn gave me some of the best lessons I've had.

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Created 1/26/2009
Last Visit 10/2/2012

I started playing in Village in Toronto starting 1958 - Mostly Folk and made next to no money - Kept playing a little through my years with a strait job and when I retired I got back at it. I've only started playing bluegrass in the last 14 years and I guess I'm still learning. I opened my own store and sell guitars mostly - I have 8 student for banjo and 18 other teachers to look after all the other less important stuff. Our store is www.acoustictraditions.com

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