Written/Posted by Don Lewers
- Play count: 562
Size: 3,470kb, uploaded 1/16/2014 11:25:10 PM
Genre: Popular / Playing Style: 4-String (Tenor/Plectrum)
During The Vietnam War, The ''Red Garter ''at The'' Texas Tavern in Sydney,'' was set up to entertain U.S troops on R&R leave, Down Under . With a foot tappin' banjo band , lots to drink, and wild wild women , it was all a bloke could ask for. Here's a couple of tracks off an LP, I aranged back in 1970 called ''The Red Garter Review''-- They were wild times !!!
Saturday, January 18, 2014 @6:23:23 AM
Great stuff, and it brings back fond memories. I played plectrum at Your Father's Mustache in Chicago back in '67.
Don Lewers Says:
Friday, January 24, 2014 @9:09:10 PM
Good onya John, glad you enjoyed!.
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