Norman Blake, David Rawlings, David grier, Bryan Sutton, loads of jazz and blues folks who used a flatpick
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Matthew Fox is a guitarist and songwriter whose Georgia and Texas roots run deep. He has steeped himself in a variety of styles from acoustic blues to swing and his acclaimed originals are rooted in the great Texas story-song tradition. Matthew has appeared on stages, radio programs and at workshops throughout the US, UK and Scandinavia and has released three solo CDs: the all-original Tall Tales & Plain Lies (2004), featuring the stellar playing of Peter Ostroushko, Clint Hoover and Gary Raynor; Pilgrim (2002), featuring Mr. Ostroushko, Dakota Dave Hull and Kari Larson; and an all-original solo EP released in the fall of 2006. Matthew is a proud endorser of Langejans Guitars, Diamond Bottlenecks and Elixir Strings.
Hello, Matt. It's great to find you here. No sooner had I accepted Dan's invitation than John Bauman was inviting me to become a "friend." I finally got a picture up so I'm looking around to see who else is here.
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