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Lead Guitar @ Alabama Old-time Week Camp McDowell Nov 5-9 2010

Just a reminder that we are one month away.   There will be great music with James Bryan - fiddle and Adam Hurt - clawhammer banjo and others on staff  - and lots of jamming.  Yours truly will be sharing some different techniques in addition to the tried-n-true as demonstrated by favorites Norman Blake and Doc Watson.  More info on my latest blog, or check the calendar: …See More
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Lead Guitar @ Alabama Old-time Week Camp McDowell Nov 5-9 2010 at Camp McDowell

November 5, 2010 at 5pm to November 9, 2010 at 12pm
Old-time week with James Bryan (fiddle), Adam Hurt (clawhammer banjo) Jim and Joyce Cauthen (fiddle and rhythm guitar), Luke Richardson (harmonica) and Jim Holland (Lead Guitar). Schedules, bio's, tuition, lodging and meal plans at www.campmcdowell.com/folkschool/schedule.htm
Oct 4, 2010
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Lead Guitar Workshop @ Alabama Old-time Week, Camp McDowell Nov 4-9 2010

Just a reminder we are one month away, and we've added two new classes for 2010 - Harmonica and Lead Guitar! We will work on some new and interesting techniques, in addition to the tried-n-true as demonstrated by favorites Norman Blake, Doc Watson, and others.Old-time week with James Bryan (fiddle), Adam Hurt (clawhammer banjo) Jim and Joyce Cauthen (fiddle and rhythm guitar), Luke Richardson (harmonica) and Jim Holland (Lead Guitar). Schedules, bio's, tuition, lodging and meal plans at…See More
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Alabama Old-time Week Camp McDowell Nov 4-9 2010 at Camp McDowell

November 5, 2010 at 5pm to November 9, 2010 at 12pm
Old-time week with James Bryan (fiddle), Adam Hurt (clawhammer banjo) Jim and Joyce Cauthen (fiddle and rhythm guitar), Luke Richardson (harmonica) and Jim Holland (Lead Guitar). Schedules, bio's, tuition, lodging and meal plans at www.campmcdowell.com/folkschool/schedule.htm
Aug 31, 2010
jim holland posted an event

Alabama Old-time Week Camp McDowell Nov 4-9 2010 at Camp McDowell

November 5, 2010 at 5pm to November 9, 2010 at 12pm
Old-time week with James Bryan (fiddle), Adam Hurt (clawhammer banjo) Jim and Joyce Cauthen (fiddle and rhythm guitar), Luke Richardson (harmonica) and Jim Holland (Lead Guitar). Schedules, bio's, tuition, lodging and meal plans at www.campmcdowell.com/folkschool/schedule.htm
Aug 21, 2010
jim holland posted a blog post

Alabama Old-time Week at Camp McDowell November 5-9, 2010

We had a great time last year, and are adding two new classes for 2010 - Harmonica and Lead Guitar!Old-time week with James Bryan (fiddle), Adam Hurt (clawhammer banjo) Jim and Joyce Cauthen (fiddle and rhythm guitar), Luke Richardson (harmonica) and Jim Holland (Lead Guitar). Schedules, bio's, tuition, lodging and meal plans at www.campmcdowell.com/folkschool/schedule.htmAlso, feel free to contact me for info at…See More
Aug 21, 2010
jim holland and Mark Parchment are now friends
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"Howdy from over on Leftyfrets! It's nice to have a picture to go with the name!"
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Favorite Flatpickers
All of em' what picks a guitfiddle with a pick
Favorite Flatpicking Tunes
Fuzzy Rag, All Smiles Tonite, Cottonpatch Rag
Favorite Guitars
Old ones made of wood
Tell us more about yourself (place a Bio here if you wish)
Lots of musicians in the family and lots of music tradition in my area provided most of my influences. I like the old and the new, the savory and the snappy, the traditional and the progressive.

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Lead Guitar Workshop @ Alabama Old-time Week, Camp McDowell Nov 4-9 2010

Just a reminder we are one month away, and we've added two new classes for 2010 - Harmonica and Lead Guitar! We will work on some new and interesting techniques, in addition to the tried-n-true as demonstrated by favorites Norman Blake, Doc Watson, and others.

Old-time week with James Bryan (fiddle), Adam Hurt (clawhammer banjo) Jim and Joyce Cauthen (fiddle and rhythm guitar), Luke Richardson (harmonica) and Jim Holland (Lead Guitar). Schedules, bio's, tuition,…

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Posted on October 4, 2010 at 5:21pm

Alabama Old-time Week at Camp McDowell November 5-9, 2010

We had a great time last year, and are adding two new classes for 2010 - Harmonica and Lead Guitar!

Old-time week with James Bryan (fiddle), Adam Hurt (clawhammer banjo) Jim and Joyce Cauthen (fiddle and rhythm guitar), Luke Richardson (harmonica) and Jim Holland (Lead Guitar). Schedules, bio's, tuition, lodging and meal plans at …

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Posted on August 21, 2010 at 12:56pm

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At 4:24pm on June 16, 2009, Mark Parchment said…
Howdy from over on Leftyfrets! It's nice to have a picture to go with the name!

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