Took me a couple of minutes of puzzling over "our banjo"-- (... How'd he know what banjo I was playing..??. pretty sure he never owned it, and know he didn't make it.. Does he think I stole it???.)
DUH... it's just missing an initilal "y"...!
Henry does sound way older than his (29!) years, doesn't he? And he doesn't sound like he started out as a violinist, either, but he did, though I think he was also playing fiddle from early on, contest style as well as more old time stuff. He's a student of West Virginia master fiddler Bobby Taylor.
I recorded that CD and played on it because it was fun and relatively easy, and because Henry's fiddling ought to get heard more. Deb and I just plain enjoy playing with him, and until recently he lived in Columbus, about an hour's drive from here. He was talking about recording (and the expense and hassles of studio time), so I offered to get out the gear I had going to waste in my basement and try cutting a few tracks, along with providing the rhythm section. We managed to get enough for a disc. Henry put the jacket together and got it pressed.
As for the untitled tune, it is Henry's take on a bluegrass tune which I'd imagine is under copyright, but it's altered enough from the original that it might as well be either traditional or Henry's own. I suggested that he come up with his own title, but he chose to leave it without one.