Let’s listen to Richie and Rosie….
Continuing on a theme after Where do you get your Whiskey… This is Dean Barber. He’s a banjo picker from down in Texas I believe. I enjoy his playing and singing both.
Askin’ for a friend. Here’s Bruce Molsky, Joe Newberry, Mike Compton and I believe the bass player is Tom T. Ball – and also Riley Baugus off to the side on guitar. You’d have to look long and hard to find a finer group of… Read More
Here are Toronto’s own Lonesome Ace Stringband with an inspired version of Damned Old Piney Mountains. This is from Deep End Sessions on YouTube.
Here’s the Earl White Stringband playing Hickory….
Art Stamper, from 2003 at the Clifftop Festival….found on YouTube
Joe Thompson, Odell Thompson and friends, from 1983
I miss my regular music sessions with my friend Ted Meyerscough. Before social distancing kicked in, we were going to start working on a tune known by various names, which I know as Wild Hog in Yonders Woods. It’s also called Old Lionel or sometimes… Read More
I stumbled across this gem on the YouTube this afternoon. It’s Dean Barber with an excellent solo version of Hot Corn Cold Corn….
I’ve heard this tune called Salt River or Salt Creek and even as Salty River. I don’t know much about it, but it’s loads of fun to play. Ted Myerscough and I recorded this at 27th Street the other day. We just used my camera… Read More