Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Jerry, Feb 9, 2017.
A great slice of Hunter/Garcia
Makes me wonder why Jerry didn't play it with OAITW
They are fantastic. They regularly do a set of dead music with jeff Austin called Greatful Ball.
Cool! I know they've done "Loser" before
And Ronnie does "Sweet Susie":
Let's feature some female bluegrass artists.
I have a recording of Allison playing with tony at the birchmeir in about 89. Just a couple songs and I think she was very young.
Sharon Gilchrist, who backed Tony Rice and Peter Rowan. She plays a Gilchrist mandolin. No relation.
I'm a little biased but my favorite bluegrass musician is Paul Buskirk. Paul built a house in Nacogdoches (a little town in East Texas where I grew up) with a little help from his good friend Willie Nelson (who he worked with on the album, Nacogdoches Waltz). Paul could play anything with strings on it. Chet Atkins said "Paul Buskirk was one of the greatest natural musicians I have ever known."
Interesting side note: There's a much sought after 45 for sale on Discogs (going for $10,000) that has Willie (credited as Hugh Nelson) performing on a song he wrote called "Nite Life". Paul bought the song from Willie for $150 and he and Willie recorded it covertly due to some contractual issues. I think there are only a few copies out there.
Does Sarah Jarosz count?
Or is she more "Americana"?
As much as I love Sarah, she's not bluegrass.
I support a liberal definition
What, the dude with the double-neck electric guitar gets through?!
I guess he did ask.
That's more an anarchist definition...
I don't care. I will post that version of that song in every thread.
Jazz Beat? Done.
Blurays You Purchased Lately? Done.
VIVA LA REVOLUTION!
I am a bit of an anarchist.
This is the best addition to my collection in 2017
I was wondering how that Jim Harvey doubleneck would go over here.
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