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Pat Kline
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  • Lawn, PA
  • United States
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Allen Shadd and Pat Kline are now friends
Jan 15, 2014
Pat Kline replied to Kathy Barwick's discussion Barwick & Ferguson tours Ireland!
"Kathy have a great tour!  Still playing your music since Kaufman Kamp 2008.  Hope to be able to see you in the Northeast some time in the future.  Your beautiful technique and expertise inspires me so thank you.  "
Jul 5, 2013
Pat Kline left a comment for Amy Ferebee
"I'ma da artISta ..... THank you very much. Can't wait to get to Kamp! See you thar."
Jun 17, 2009
Amy Ferebee left a comment for Pat Kline
"Good! I love the drawing you've got as your profile photo. Who's the artist?"
Jun 2, 2009
Pat Kline and Eric Lambert are now friends
May 31, 2009
Pat Kline commented on Dan Miller's group Kaufman Kamps
"My, Oh, My... Did I find that right place or what? I have my cold weather, wet weather, hot weather packing all done and laid one week's worth of K. Kamp shirts. Ya gotta plan ahead and practice, practice, practice!"
May 29, 2009
Pat Kline joined Dan Miller's group
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This group is for those flatpickers who are fans of Steve Kaufman's Acoustic Camps.
May 29, 2009
Pat Kline left a comment for Amy Ferebee
"It'll be nice to see you Amy. I got itchy fingers and 6 strings to satisfy the urge! Little by little the 8 strings are being nudged over by the six. Thanks for the Kaufman photo memories. You're great fun."
May 29, 2009

Profile Information

Favorite Flatpickers
Steve Kaufman, Mark Cosgrove, Rolly Brown, Steve Kilby, Marcy Marxer
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Soldiers Joy, St Anns Reel, Home Sweet Home, Sweet Bye and Bye, Old Joe Clark
Favorite Guitars
Martin D-15, Blueridge BR160, Collings
Tell us more about yourself (place a Bio here if you wish)
Newish Guitar Picker who's falling in love with the fingerboard real estate!
Mandolin was my first stringed instrument about 10 years ago.
Also I'm starting to create Flatpicking related Artwork.
Do you have a website?
http://www.patsykline.com

Comment Wall (5 comments)

At 6:40pm on January 31, 2009, Kathy de Plaza said…
Hey baby: good to hear from you. I believe I am frozen solid, at least, my driveway still is. I hope to see you at Wilmington Winter Fest....Spring is just around the corner--god knows, I'm ready for it. Be good, stay warm and I'm delighted you're one of my network buddies.
At 8:26am on February 1, 2009, Scott Gantt said…
Hi Pat!
Hey, are ya coming to Wilmington wintergrass?
At 10:56am on April 10, 2009, Gary Collier said…
I need 12 strings to hide behind, not just 6! You're right, Leo builds one fine guitar. I've got 2 with a 3rd one coming shortly. I won't make Kamp this year - my biz is WAY off - but hope to be back by next year!
At 2:00pm on May 29, 2009, Amy Ferebee said…
See ya at Kamp?????????????????????????
At 5:51pm on June 2, 2009, Amy Ferebee said…
Good! I love the drawing you've got as your profile photo. Who's the artist?

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