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Greg Morton left a comment for Greg Morton
"Hi Steve, I'd love to got to The Wintergrass Festival since I've never attended but it sounds like fun. I will try and plan my vacation time for next year. I'd especially love to have the chance to pick with you. Sandy Rothman was…"
Feb 15, 2010
Steve Pottier left a comment for Greg Morton
"Hi Greg- Just wondering if you will be at Wintergrass, Would be great tok get together! Steve"
Feb 15, 2010
Steve Pottier and Greg Morton are now friends
Jan 16, 2010
Oliver Waitze left a comment for Greg Morton
"Hi Mr. Fast Fet! How is it goin'? All the best from your flatpicking friend in germany! Your new CD sounds great! Oliver Waitze www.oliver-waitze.de"
Oct 20, 2009
Greg Morton left a comment for James Roberson
"Hey Jim, my email address is : gmorton43@yahoo.com Let's keep in touch. How's things in Florida? Let me know more about you. I "Always" Loved your Bass playing!!! We sure had some fun!! Tell Mike hello. Your Friend Always, Greg"
Sep 8, 2009
Greg Morton left a comment for James Roberson
"Hi James, I often wonder how your doing. It's a wonderful surprise to hear from you. Yeah, we all had some fun in Hawaii that's for sure! I miss those days sometimes.Good to see you as a member of the Flatpicking Network. If your ever out…"
Sep 8, 2009
James Roberson left a comment for Greg Morton
"Hello Greg. It's been a while. I see you have done well in Tuscon and I must say I always knew if you kept at it you would rise above mediocrity. Just want to say hello and let you (and Randal) know that I am well. Email me if you want.…"
Sep 6, 2009
Greg Morton and Oliver Waitze are now friends
May 27, 2009

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Favorite Flatpickers
Clarence White, Jerry Reed, Chet Atkins, Curtis Burch ,Sam Bush,"Guitar"
Glenn Campbell, Bireli Lagrene,Tony Rice, Dan Crary, Norman Blake, David Grier, Peter McLaughlin, Brad Davis, George Benson,Lee Ritenour.
Joe Pass.....
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Tunes with nice strong melodies & crosspicking
Bully Of the Town
Home Sweet Home
Favorite Guitars
Martin D-18 Clarence White Model /Martin D-28
Do you have a website?
http://gregmorton.net

Comment Wall (10 comments)

At 1:06pm on December 10, 2008, Bob Minner said…
Welcome Greg, nice to have you. Nice guitars as well. Check out some of the tunes on my page. Thanks!
At 12:11pm on December 11, 2008, Dan Miller said…
Greg,
Thanks for joining the network! It's great to have you here.
Dan
At 1:06pm on December 11, 2008, robin jones said…
Welcome Greg.
At 5:38pm on December 21, 2008, Randal Morton said…
"Greg Morton has Always been My Favorite Guitarist !"
Very proud of you. Randal/banjo player
At 7:09pm on February 5, 2009, Jay Gill said…
Hi Greg.. it's been 5 years since I bought "Solo Guitar", and when I saw you on the member list here, I had to pull it out and play it again. And I only now realized you even wrote a "Thank you" note on the inside sleeve! I guess I'm a little slow . I've gotten a lot of enjoyment from your music, keep up the good work!
-Jay
At 7:18pm on February 9, 2009, Jay Gill said…
Hi again Greg - Really enjoying the new CD, thanks for letting me know about that (well, actually, the mp3's - it was a tough call to get the actual CD or just mp3's, but I just did the download purchase). I had not heard some of these tunes before -- and it's so different from your "Solo Guitar" CD, with all the other instruments and singing -- I give it 2 thumbs up!

-Jay
At 8:52pm on September 6, 2009, James Roberson said…
Hello Greg. It's been a while. I see you have done well in Tuscon and I must say I always knew if you kept at it you would rise above mediocrity. Just want to say hello and let you (and Randal) know that I am well. Email me if you want. I'll add you as a friend because you always were. (Remember Wakiki and when Don Ho got under his desk to take a phone call when we played? Man, was life good. Still is.) Take care and my next message will be shorter so as not to drag on like a poor flat picker.
At 8:45am on October 20, 2009, Oliver Waitze said…
Hi Mr. Fast Fet!

How is it goin'?
All the best from your flatpicking friend in germany!
Your new CD sounds great!

Oliver Waitze
www.oliver-waitze.de
At 7:53am on February 15, 2010, Steve Pottier said…
Hi Greg- Just wondering if you will be at Wintergrass, Would be great tok get together!
Steve
At 3:44pm on February 15, 2010, Greg Morton said…
Hi Steve,
I'd love to got to The Wintergrass Festival since I've never attended but it sounds like fun. I will try and plan my vacation time for next year.
I'd especially love to have the chance to pick with you. Sandy Rothman was nice enough to send me
a copy of your Bluegrass Guitar Duets CD and I've listened and thoroughly enjoyed it every day during my commute to and from work. Steve, you have such a nice smooth style and in the tradition of Clarence White, my primary influence. I wish we could get together and pick someday soon !
Let me know if your ever in the Tucson AZ area.
Cheers,
Greg

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