breathing volcanic ash all weekend thanks to our friends in Chile and that huge volcano belching out all of that dust and ash thats been floating over Argentina.
Burning eye balls, stuffy nose, sinuses, sore throat, head splitting. Its like 2011 all over againAdd Comment
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Playing Since: 2014
Experience Level: Novice
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Pisgah 12" fretless Banjo, Cherry, Walnut
Eddie Blevins F5 Mandolin
Old German Stainer copy fiddle
West German Trade fiddle, Strad pattern
Chinese handmade red colored distressed Strad copy with Guarneri style F-holes
Fiddl'n Paul Warren, Johnny Warren, Chubby Wise, The Clinch Mtn Boys, Stanley Bros, Bill Monroe, Flatt And Scruggs, The Earls Of Leicester, Fiddl'n Arthur Smith, Tommy Jarrell, Eddie Bond, Curly Ray Cline, Art Stamper, James Price, Dewey Brown, Clyde Davenport, John Rigsby, Eck Robertson, Karl Shifflett & Big Country Show, Po Ramblin Boys, Tommy Brown & County Line, Micheal Feagan, Suggins Brothers, Jason Carter, Johnny Gimble
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My family is originally from Kentucky. My grandparents in Kentucky are responsible for being a huge influence regarding my love for Bluegrass, old country and old-time fiddlin/banjo, as I used to spend my three months of summer every year with my grandparents in Kentucky from the time I was about 7 or 8 years old way on up into my twenties. I have always been involved in music my whole life starting in band when I was real young all the way up to studying one year of music in college. I sang tenor and played mandolin in a bluegrass group for about 4 or 5 years called "Jerry Sanders & Seminole Ridge". Jerry used to sing and play in Carl Story's band back in the 80s. Now I am married and was living and working abroad in Argentina but have since returned to the US permanently. I originally came to South America to study the bible and do some missionary work and felt led personally by faith to stay around for a while and improve my spanish speaking skills. Lately after playing clawhammer Banjo and Mandolin, I've decided to take up Bluegrass and Old-Time Fiddle, mainly Bluegrass and I haven't looked back!
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