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Oct. 8 - Norman Blake - James Bryan - Nancy Blake @ 50th TVOTFC

Monday, September 19, 2016


...and RIDERS IN THE SKY with Woody Paul on Friday! - Thought I'd let everyone know some of our favorite musicians will be performing around suppertime at the 50th Annual Tennessee Valley Old-time Fiddlers Convention in Athens, Alabama on October 8th.

AND FOR YOU COMPETITORS,  $18,225 Total Cash Prizes, $1,200 Cash Prize plus Trophy to the Fiddle King (or Fiddle Queen, we've had two!)

19 catagories, 9 finals, and hundreds of jams!  Come make music - Jim

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Playing Since: 2002
Experience Level: Purty Good

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Gender: Male
My Instruments:
a 1920's Mirecourt strad, a Charles J. Horner, and a silent fiddle perfect for nite.

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I like the local ones I grew up on the most. As far as better covered bands, Leake County Revelers and Skillet Lickers, and Bundt Stephens, Uncle Jimmy Thompson, Arthur Smith, and Frazier Moss for fiddlers. There's a lot of great contemporary traditional and bluegrass musicians, local ones too. Its a good time to enjoy good fiddling.

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Fiddlers go way back there on both Mom and Dad's sides, and Dad played banjo and guitar. I heard him fiddle a tune once when no one was looking and was shocked! I've played "traditional" guitar all my life, and that included a lot of backing up fiddlers, and picking fiddle tunes. I took up banjo and fiddle, because I miss the tunes and sounds of my youth. I guess I like the older sound and older tunes the best, but it is all really good.

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