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Favorite Flatpickers
Bill Monroe, Tony Rice, David Grisman, jerry Garcia
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
blackberry blossom, jackaroe, old joe clarck, watson blues, O Solo Mio, Bluegrass at the Beach, Shady Grove, Summertime, Drifting too far from the shore
Nine Pound Hammer, Tom Dooley, Friend of a Devil

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At 6:36am on April 2, 2010, Thomas Wakefield said…
Welcome aboard matey! Argh...Now ye gotta bring Fitchy in too! Let me know about picking some Django next week. Here, FB, or email is fine, but phone is best 804 874 9135.

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