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Stelling Superstar #1875

Thursday, January 30, 2020

I used to own this banjo and traded it to Curtis McPeake around 1996.  I'm wondering who has it now.  Anybody know?

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Genre: Bluegrass
Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)

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Playing Since: 1978
Experience Level: Expert/Professional

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Occupation: Pharmacist, musician

Gender: Male
Age: 55

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Nechville Phantom, Stealth #5.5, 1934 Gibson TB-1 conversion, 1930s Gibson TB-11 conversion, 1930s TB-11, 1929 Gibson TB-3 archtop, wood rim Stealth

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Scott Anderson's first solo project "Rivers" is great swampgrass featuring some of his original tunes and some of the finest acoustic musicians on the planet including: Wayne Benson, John Cowan, Shelton Feazell, Aubrey Haynie, Jim Hurst, Rob Ickes, Missy Raines, Gabe Valla and Darren Wainright. Check it out!<br><br>Scott Anderson has been a fixture on the Southeastern bluegrass and gospel circuit for almost two decades. From the contemporary and Southern gospel of First Light, to the traditional bluegrass sound of the Bluegrass Parlor Band, followed by the driving grungegrass of Endless Highway and the sweet gospel of Gentle River, and now to the powerful acoustic sound of The Jim Hurst Band and The Scott Anderson Band, Scott's music has sprung from a state more known for sun, sand, and Mickey Mouse than for bluegrass. Scott has also performed or recorded with Vassar Clements, Larry Rice, Byron Berline, Adam Steffey, Clay Hess, Chubby Wise, Allen Shadd, Bill Grant and Delia Bell, Blue Angel, Chief Jim Billie, George Custer, Sno Rogers and the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra (yes, with a banjo!) among others. Scott has been featured in Banjo Newsletter, and writes for the magazine as well, including interviews with Tony Trischka, Bill Evans, and Béla Fleck.<br><br> After years of playing together at home, Amanda and her dad Scott Anderson began performing as a duo in 2008. Amanda handles most of the lead vocals in the duo, as well as supplying sweet fiddle lines. Swampgrass master Scott Anderson adds harmony and lead vocals as well as guitar and banjo. Their repertoire includes Americana and bluegrass songs from Nickel Creek, Andrea Zonn, Alison Krauss, The Dixie Chicks, and many others. Their dazzling fiddle and banjo duets are favorites at every show. Their debut release "Another Day" was released in 2009.

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