Bull Harman, Jim Hurst, Clarence White, Josh Williams, David Grier, Kathy Barwick, Tim Stafford, Marcy Marxer, Tommy Emmanuel, Robert Bowlin, and many more.
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Cross Eyed Cricket, Lonesome Fiddle Blues, Big Sciota, Salt Creek, Farewell Blues, Gold Rush, Lewis and Clark and so many more.
My Martin HD-28
Tell us more about yourself (place a Bio here if you wish)
My name is Paige Anderson and I'm from Grass Valley CA. I play guitar with my family band, Anderson Family Bluegrass. There's my Mom on bass, Dad on banjo, my sister Aimee (13) on fiddle, my brother Ethan (10) on mandolin, and my little sister Daisy (8) on little fiddle (she's learning dobro too), and me on guitar, and sometimes clawhammer banjo. To see more about our family you can go to www.andersonfamilybluegrass.com
Thanks for joining the network. I look forward to seeing you at Grass Valley, and so do Emily and Sara. I'm not going to have a booth this year, so maybe we can find some time to pick a few together!
I'll see you there. Say "hi" to your mom and dad for me!
Yeah, I'll be at Grass Valley. Can't wait to hear what you're doing now...It would be wonderful to pick with you. I'm ready for another flatpicking lesson from you!
Kathy Barwick was fantastic with Mountain Laurel up at Strawberry...it rained and rained...Grass Valley will be wonderful. I'm on Frank Solivan's Kid's on Stage team this year!!!!! yeah! see you up there!
Boy do you play guitar...you're one of my favorite flatpickers! You and Molly Tuttle picking on a park bench had my total attention. What main stage did I need to go to...I was getting a major lesson just watching you gals pick. You make me so proud!
"Just added the Taylor K22e to my collection. Physically, it is the most beautiful guitar that I have ever seen. The lovely KOA and maple combinations are literally breathtaking. The KOA and boxwood ocean vine inlay on the fret board is striking, as…"
"Where does the time go? I've come to accept the physical limitations which come with age, but mine are of a degree which interfere with my ability to play for more than a couple of hours per day. It's disheartening, but I simply do the…"
"I hear you, buddy. I will hit the big 70 in January! YikesI But nothing, and I mean absolutely nothing, will keep me from several hours a day on my guitar, banjo, and fiddle. I figure, now that I am retired, every day is Saturday! You are one…"
The Wilmington Winter Bluegrass Festival is presented March 13-15, 2009 at the Holiday Inn Select in Claymont, DE. by Wilmington Wintergrass, Inc., as we proudly present our 2nd annual all-indoor festival.Featuring 2 stages, workshops, jamsSee More