Phil Wiggins and Jerron Paxton
Meredith Axelrod with Jerron Paxton and Frank Fairfield do a great job on this old tune. Ginseng Blues was first recorded (as far as I know) by the Kentucky Ramblers in 1930. Both their version and Meredith Axelrod’s feature yodeling, and we all need more… Read More
Meredith Axelrod, Jerron Paxton and Frank Fairfield. Warning: this contains both yodeling and mandolin
My dad used to sing this tune around the house when I was a little kid. It’s imprinted deep in my brain somewhere. Here’s Jerron Paxton and Meredith Axelrod.
When I was a kid, my father liked to sing bits and pieces of songs around the house. He never remembered whole songs – mostly just choruses with an occasional verse. One of the tunes he like to sing was My Blue Heaven. After I… Read More
I really enjoyed this interview with Jerron Paxton from Down Home Radio We were lucky enough to hear Mr. Paxton play at Merlefest this year. I think he’s one of the most interesting young players (even if he claims he sucks at fiddle) to come… Read More
The following is from the stats for this blog, showing search terms that landed folks here at the land of milk and honey. You would think looking at this that there are people out there who don’t know there are no edible wild mushrooms in… Read More