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Playing Since: 1992
Experience Level: Expert/Professional
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Grey Eagle custom,
1926 Vega Little Wonder Conversion,
John Hartford, Tony Trischka, Bill Kieth, Bela Fleck, Sam Bush, The Pogues, Testament, Ironmaiden, Charlie Hunter, Django Rheindhart, Seldom Scene, Ken Perlman, Clancey Bros. and Tommy Makem, David Bromberg, The String Cheese Incident, The Polysics, The Black Mages, Dick Dale, The Ventures, The Surf Coasters, The Beach Boys, The Who, They Might Be Giants, Brian Setzer.
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Last Visit 8/12/2018
Grew up in central CT. I got started with my first band when I was 16 years old. They were a group of guys called the Flatlanders, and I learned allot from them. I spent my early 20's playing at different theme parks around the country, and spent time traveling and living in places from Orlando to Las Vegas. I spent allot of time jamming with a Boston/New England area band, The Swaggerin' Growlers. A raucous bunch of Irish folk punk stylists. We had great times. I lived in Nashville for a while were I was fortunate enough to jam, gig, and record with some great musicians. Now I find myself back in CT were I am quickly becoming active in the music scene again. If anyone needs a banjo player, wants to jam, or in need of lessons, feel free to let me know. I am actively playing and teaching in the Greater Hartford area.
'Old Mother Flanagan' 4 min
'1927 TB-1 Conversion' 19 min
''49 TB-150 Conversion' 24 min