Thanks Robert. Yeah, the McGraw gig pays the bills and has been a great thing. I am out right now with my old buddy Frank Ray and his bluegrass group Cedar Hill. Serious traditional grass.:-) Good to be giving the '46 'bone' a workout. Frank is a vintage guitar guy and has a bunch of old D 18s and bones, btw. Take care and I hope to cross paths sometime and pick.
Hey Robert! Good to hear from you. Man we are really looking forward to you and that Mandolin guy your bring out to Winfield with you! It's hard to believe how fast September is getting here.
Hope we can meet up sometime this year. Holler at me about you and that hotshot mando player coming to the Palace. I am touring Slovenia for the rest of the week so give me a chance to get back to business.
I've been listening to your "Pickin Up Steam", and "Watch Your Step" cds that I just received and I already had your "Back Home" with Steve as well as your "Swingin" cds. Love them all and I consider them a must have for any serious flatpicker's musical library. Keep up the great work! You are so clean and clear!
You're fantastic! I put one of your CDs on when I was trying to clean up the house today. Well, the house is still a mess! I just had to sit down and listen to every note! Your work is beautiful!!
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I saw a video in which Norman discussed why he preferred a certain fret when refretting one of his Martin's. I am about to refret my D-35 Martin, and I would like to know if anyone remembers a video in which Norman discusses his choice over the Frets Martin uses. Thank You.7See More