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Excellent recordings of hot jam sessions with David Grisman, Tony, Rice, Todd Phillips, and me!

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Brand New Release of a HOT '70s Jam from David (DAWG) Grisman:

"#acousticdisc I am pleased to announce this NEW release: "The Gasoline Brothers". The Gasoline Brothers is a treasure trove collection of 15 previously un-issued traditional bluegrass tunes and songs featuring Tony Rice and myself. These newly discovered performances, recorded in the 1970s, feature bassist Todd Phillips on all tracks, with banjo innovators Bill Keith (six tracks) and Steve Arkin (nine tracks) and fiddler Richard Greene (six tracks). Check it out here: "

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Genre: Bluegrass
Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)

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Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time

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Playing Since: 1958
Experience Level: Expert/Professional

[Teaching] [Jamming] [Socializing] [Helping]

Occupation: Retired Book Publishing--Mktg Director

Gender: Male
Age: 79

My Instruments:
For old-time: Kyle Creed, Kevin Enoch custom, Rickard Custom, Cole Eclipse 5000
For Bluegrass: Gibson RB -12, Gibson Earl Scruggs Golden Deluxe, and one I built

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Dead Guys: Ed Haley, Luther Strong, Fred Cockerham, Bill Stepp, Marcus Martin, Leonard Rutherford, Tommy Jarrell, Edden Hammons, Emmet Lundy, Hobart Smith, Walter Williams, Kyle Creed, Marion Reese, Wade Ward, P.T. Bell, J.W. Day, Eck Robertson, Clarence Ashley, Lowe Stokes, Emory Bailey, Esker Hutchens, Robert Sykes, Clyde Davenport, John Salyer..

Pre-dead guys: Dan Gellert, Bruce Greene, Dirk Powell, Rafe Stefanini, John Hermann, Joe Newberry, Jody Stecher, Palmer Loux, John Hoffman, Suzy Thompson, Chirps Smith, Beverly Smith, Geoff Seitz, Bruce Molsky, Walt Koken, Mark Simos, Clare Milliner, Rick Martin, Reyna Gellert, Dave Howard, Adam Hurt, Paula Bradley, Brad Leftwich, Tom Sauber, Rusty and Nancy Neithammer, Brendan Doyle, Cathy Mason, Pete Peterson,Kellie Allen, Paul Brown, Gil Sayre, Beth Hartness, Mike Seeger, Rhys Jones, Erynn Marshall, Emily Schaad, Chance McCoy, and many others.

Bluegrass Favorites: Bill Monroe, Earl Scruggs, Stanley Brothers, Jim & Jesse, Bill Keith, Tony Trischka, Marty Cutler, Allen Shelton, Don Stover, Stuart Duncan, Bobby Hicks, etc.

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Former member of Blue Grass Boys, Northern Lights, Five Miles Out of Tune, Troublesome Creek String Band, and many others. Currently in New Cut Road and play occasionally with Lightning in the East, Out of the Woods, and Dead Sea Squirrels. Play most styles in bluegrass and old time.

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