Friday, March 7, 2008 @9:28:38 AM
I was at the Ome factory in Jan. Very nice and beautiful banjos. I'm tempted to buy one just to hang on the wall. Nice photo! What were you playing?
Friday, March 7, 2008 @9:49:24 AM
Thanks. I'm playing my regular black engraved chrome OME (with a plexiglass resonator and a special armrest made by Norbert Pietsch of Germany, which unfortunately you can't see here or in the other photo) That photo was taken in Guthrie OK at the Jazz Banjo Festival in '06. I had a wonderful time.
Friday, March 7, 2008 @11:24:52 AM
Cynthia: Always cool to see you and hang out in Guthrie. We both have played in the past with Joel Schiavone's Your Fathers Mustache chain [me in the 60s]. My once-a-year gang, the Sandplum Strummers, are excited about the festival [& museum] moving to OKC next year...hope you attend! This year I plan to attend Eureka Springs with some of my gang, perhaps you can make that one. BTW, what's it like playing with Woody Allen? Best Regards, J.L. Myers, Nashville
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