Not oldies like Dear Old Dixie though. Hard to believe a Tony Trischka tune and an Alan Munde tune could be considered oldies, but I've been re-learning TT's "Blue Light" (tabbed in BNL November 1978) and AM's "Stymied" (tabbed in BNL November 1979 - I think.)
Both these tunes are tricky enough that if I don't play 'em often I forget how.
BTW, I saw the Alan Munde band in Fayetteville, AR a couple months ago. I like his current lineup a lot and Alan remains one of the greats.Add Comment
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Playing Since: 1964
Experience Level: Intermediate
Occupation: Electrical Engineer
2000 Earl Scruggs Standard
1927 Paramount Style C
1964 Kay open back
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Engineer born in 48; playing since about 1964. Favorites are Earl, Trischka and many more. Banjos are ES Mastertone 2000, 1927 Paramount Style C (5-string neck from George Gruhn's shop around 1975), 1969 RB100. And recently a friend presented me with my original Kay open back. Still studying and learning, I'm the eternal amateur.
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