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Yiannis Gougourelas left a comment for Courtney Hartman
"Hey there from Greece! You are a great player.I saw you in a video somewhere-super-picking! Thanks!"
Mar 20, 2011
Clint Birtzer left a comment for Courtney Hartman
"Just found your playing on Youtube....You shred! There aren't enough girl flatpickers out there. Very nice to see one of your caliber. Awesome! Clint"
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Jed C left a comment for Courtney Hartman
"Hey! It's the world famous - sister to Philpot!"
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Russ Barenberg left a comment for Courtney Hartman
"Hi Courtney--thanks for connecting. I enjoyed playing when you were in Nashville--hope things are going well at Berklee. Best, Russ"
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"Yo yo yo!"
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Comment Wall (5 comments)

At 6:56am on March 24, 2010, Andy Cambria said…
Yo yo yo!
At 6:23am on March 27, 2010, Russ Barenberg said…
Hi Courtney--thanks for connecting. I enjoyed playing when you were in Nashville--hope things are going well at Berklee.

Best,

Russ
At 8:58am on June 5, 2010, Jed C said…
Hey! It's the world famous - sister to Philpot!
At 8:31pm on February 9, 2011, Clint Birtzer said…

Just found your playing on Youtube....You shred! There aren't enough girl flatpickers out there. Very nice to see one of your caliber. Awesome!

Clint

At 1:06am on March 20, 2011, Yiannis Gougourelas said…

Hey there from Greece!

You are a great player.I saw you in a video somewhere-super-picking!

Thanks!

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