This is me with "Nellie", the 1935 Gibson RB-3 owned by Earl Scruggs in the late 1940s and then by Don Reno until his death in 1984. I can't tell you what it meant to me to get to play the banjo that two of my biggest musical heroes used for so many of their most legendary recordings and performances. Thanks to Charlie Cushman for bringing Nellie to Banjofest 2007 in Knoxville!
Sunday, January 28, 2007 @2:02:52 PM
That banjo is probably only second to Earls most famous axe. A great memory for you.......Congratulations
Monday, March 19, 2007 @3:17:57 PM
Most fellers look better with a purty banjer on their lap. It din hep you one bit...heh heh.
Sunday, May 6, 2007 @12:17:47 PM
LOL.. DSweet - that was funny. Sorry GregE.
My Italian vocabulary suffers after many years of not using it, but I make a valiant effort once in a while. Good to meet you.
Thursday, December 6, 2007 @7:58:15 PM
That's probably one of the most historical banjos of all time.
Saturday, December 15, 2007 @7:44:52 AM
Man I wish that were me. The best banjo I've ever played is the one of a kind Banjosauras.
Friday, August 21, 2009 @5:47:31 PM
OK Greg..time to fess up..<=>? When I listened to the original Green Mt Hop tonight for the very first time... I thought, at least =...:)
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