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Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave Engel Jun 23, 2008.

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Favorite Flatpickers
Kenny Smith, Bryan Sutton, Tim Stafford, Roy Curry, TR, Clarence, Doc,
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Whiskey, Beaumont Rag, Red Haired Boy, really whatever I'm trying to learn at the time.
Favorite Guitars
2003 D-18GE "Maggie", 1978 Peavey T-60, Johnson Carolina JO-27 "Rose" (rosewood OM)
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Born and bred hillbilly from East Tennessee

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At 3:00pm on June 18, 2008, Joe Dodson said…
Hey Jimmy! Great to hear from you. My Kamp plans fell through too when a deadline got moved back. I've applied my deposit to 2009 - hope to see you then. I'm having a ball with the mando, but it's tough to get enough quality time on both it and guitar. I guess I've got too many good things going on to handle them all.

Dang, you're friends with Tim Stafford? I want to be you when I grow up.
At 6:37pm on June 26, 2008, Ben Clark said…
Hey Jimmy, you probably don't remember me, but we jammed on whiskey last year the first night of camp. I wanted to steal your guitar. Great version of red haired boy!
At 12:26pm on June 28, 2008, Ben Clark said…
Thanks Jimmy! I recorded them last night. Your version of RHB is smoking.
At 5:05pm on July 3, 2008, Howard Band said…
See you next year? You are a buddy of Dan and Joe or am I mixing you up with somebody else? Anyway...Kamp was great. It always is! Best jamming for a flatpicking guitar player that I know of (at least the most opportunities to play with new folks at any level you want). Good to hear from you...

Howie
At 5:38pm on July 3, 2008, Danny Richards said…
Hey Jimmy we missed you last year! Hope you make it next year. Course since you are a big star, you might not want to hang with us peons.

Dangerous Dan
At 7:24am on September 12, 2008, Guy Hill said…
Hi Jimmy,
so nice to hear from you, have you decided which week you will be at Kamp yet in 2009?
its a tough call!
At 12:10pm on January 20, 2010, Joan McLemore said…
Great sounds!!

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