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Playing Since: 1953
Experience Level: Purty Good

Interests:
[Teaching] [Jamming] [Socializing] [Helping]

Occupation: Retired

Gender: Male
My Instruments:
E E Shepardson 1873--Providence, Rhode Island. Bought for $20 in 1960. 2----A Nicholas Lupot (at least that's what the label says).

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Lonnie Robertson, Kenny Baker, Cyril Stinnett, Byron Berline, the Duncans, James Bryan, Bob Walters, Dwight Lamb, Doc Roberts, Johnny Gimbel, Bob Wills, Robert "Georgia Slim" Rutland, Arthur Smith, Howdy Forrester, Ralph Blizard, Jake Krack, Warren Moody, H K Silvey, Uncle Dick Hutchinson and all those great Ozark old time fiddlers AND all other fiddlers (cept maybe nero).

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Created 8/1/2007
Last Visit 8/30/2019

Born 1940--Ozark Co. Mo. High School---School of the Ozarks 1958. University of Arkansas 1965---B S Mathematics. Moved to Connecticut 1975. Relocated to Midwest in 2005. I started playing mandolin in 8th grade when my brother (D L) started to learn fiddle. He showed me some of ragtime annie which he was learning and I would try to saw on it a little but I really started learning much later when I was in my mid thirties. Knowing the mandolin was a big help. One of the most interesting jobs I ever had was driving a bus for a Casino in Connecticut.

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