"Based in Baltimore city, commuting to DC, and taking kids to activities a couple of evenings each week, I try most days just to grab a few minutes to pick. I would like to supplement my sorta-regular Sunday morning jam with a couple of friends if I…"
Norman Blake, David Grier, and Robert Bowlin. And then there's Wayne Henderson, honorable picker and honorary flatpicker!
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
A long list, certainly including Saint Anne's Reel, Coleman's March, and a bunch of others I would hope to be abe to play well before I can't play anymore.
The one I'm playing, if it's sounding good.
Tell us more about yourself (place a Bio here if you wish)
What's there to tell? I would like to play guitar well, took up flatpicking on a dread to ward off the evil spirits of a big-number birthday, and have enjoyed old-time and southern mountains music since I was a teen in the last century. Sadly, I must work to support my several habits, which limits my practice and playing time.
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