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Banjo try for "Coal Creek March", from Pete Seeger and Pete Steele

Episode 21 - Rainbow Quest by Pete Seeger: Pat Sky, and the Pennywhistlers

Episode 8 - Rainbow Quest by Pete Seeger: The New Lost City Ramblers

Episode 26 - Rainbow Quest by Pete Seeger: Frank Warner

Pete Seeger - LIVE at Cornell University, Ithaca NY - May 16, 1957

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Cripple Creek, Old Joe Clark, then a try at Wildwood flower. All is clawhammer.

The Weavers, All the 1951 LIVE Videos!! Including Pete Seeger!

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Genre: Folk
Playing Style: Other

Genre: Folk
Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)

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Experience Level: Intermediate

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

Occupation: Planning on becoming a forest-ecologist, or a lawyer, in the future.

My Instruments:
A 5-string open-back Banjo, the one I was able to afford last year.

A LeVan-Allwardt long neck tubaphone open-back banjo in the making.

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Pete Seeger, Kingston Trio, Almanac Singers, The Weavers, and all other folks and folkies! Greenbriar boys, the New Lost City Ramblers, Tom Paxton, Roscoe Holcomb, Jean Redpath, Frank Warner (tenor player), Buffy-Sainte-Marie (especially on mouthbow), Woody Guthrie, Patrick Sky, Alexander Zelkin (Russian guitar singer), Judy Collins, Jim and Hazel Garland (wrote, "I Do not want your Millions mister"), Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee, and the oh-so-many others too numerous to explain.
Not too many pop bands of today, to be honest. As Pete Seeger said, "Once I heard their [country] music, I learned that there was a lot of good music in this country that was not played on the radio".

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Created 5/22/2021
Last Visit 9/14/2022

Intermediate Banjo player currently in late high-school. I enjoy learning how to play the banjo, along with being out in nature. In addition to this, I hope to become a forester/forest-ecologist at some point (as well as maybe a lawyer, since law interests me). Currently living in the beautiful farmland and forests of Pennsylvania, the state that, as Kipling described, "They are there, there, there with Earth immortal. Citizens, I give you friendly warning. The things that truly last when men and times have passed, They are all in Pennsylvania this morning!" I rather enjoy up picking (seeger style) and clawhammer a lot, along with 2 finger. However, I also like to pick some pieces with three fingers as well. I just go with what sounds good! If anyone in the SE PA, Northern DE, Northeast Maryland areas want to join up and jam a bit, please feel free to contact me!

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