"Hi Andrew, thanks for the invite. But Prinston is alittle too far. It would be hour+plus 15 minutes each way. I love in Turnersville where 42 and AC expressway meet. I you see an email or member of the network who lives…"
"Thought you might be interested in hearing about Princeton Area Pickers, a new Meetup.com group . We hope to establish a regular bluegrass-old time-country jam in the Princeton area. Join us at http://www.meetup.com/Princeton-Area-Pickers/"
Thanks. I don't know if I'm as advanced as you might think. I've been playing a long time, and I have messed with some fiddle tunes here and there. But mostly I've been a strum-and-sing guy. I've only just recently started focusing any real effort on flatpicking.
I'll give you a ring after the holidays when my schedule gets back to something hopefully resembling "normal."
Hi Andrew, thanks for the invite. But Prinston is alittle too far. It would be hour+plus 15 minutes each way. I love in Turnersville where 42 and AC expressway meet. I you see an email or member of the network who lives near me!Please, forward him to me. Mark email@example.com Thanks
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