IM IN ANTELOPE CALIFORNIA, WHICH IS A LONG WAYS FROM WHERE YOU ARE UNFORTUNATELY. I RECENTLY MOVED HERE AND DONT HAVE MUCH IDEAL WHERE TO GO TO CONNECT WITH OUTHER MUSICIANS OR EVEN TO HEAR FLAT PICKING. GO ANY IDEALS YOU COULD GIVE ME?…"
Sutton, Doc, Blake, Rice, Cosgrove, Grier, Barenberg, Sawtelle, Nygaard, Crary, Curry, Hurst, Falco, Jim Nunally, Kenny Smith, Robert Bowlin, Kilby (Steve & Cody), Ross Martin, Mike Whitehead, Orin Star, Pat Flynn, Tim May, Tyler Grant, John Moore
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Big Sciota, Lonesome Fiddle Blues, Jerusalem Ridge
Bourgeois Vintage D, Collings D1A, Martin D18 G3 '33 custom
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I will be in your area on Jan. 18th.
Nunally & Bruce in Concert
Sunday, January 18th at 7:00pm
The Steynberg Gallery
1531 Monterey Street in San Luis Obispo
Tickets: $15 general public
$10 to members of Central Coast Bluegrass Music Society
Tickets go on sale December 1st
More information: 805-546-2857
Come check it out. Be sure to tell your friends, and everyone else on earth too!
Well since I am going to be leaving for Salt Lake City over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, we might not be seeing that much of each other, but we keep in contact and maybe we can meet at a camp/festival. Do you get the emails from Cindy in Reno? They have some nice events and it's about halfway.
I posted a date I would be in your area. As it turns out the venue has changed. There is a Folk festival happening in the town that weekend. So the promoter has included us in that. Here are the details.
You can disregard the earlier information.
1/18/09 (Sun.) – PISMO BEACH, at the Cliffs Resort, 2757 Shell Beach Rd., hosts Dix Bruce and Jim Nunally in concert. Both these flatpicking guitar virtuosos are held in highest esteem by knowledgeable bluegrass fans. Concert doors open at 4:15 PM, and the Buchon Bros. (Craig Kincaid & Jim Thurman) will perform from 4:30 to 5:00 PM. Dix & Jim begin their set at 5:15 PM. Admission is just $10 – note that BMSCC members will receive a $5 credit toward
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