Thank you for your comment. I am also glad I had the opportunity to meet such a great band like yours and surely you did deserve the place because you are really a good band I am already now looking forward seeing you again. I play and sing Bluegrass my whole life and also I have been trying for some solos and instrumentals but so far I am not as good as you....Hope we will get a chance to talk some day although it might be a bit hard next year in La Roche because I am expecting a second child and it will be born at the end of January....Well, anyway, I wish you all the best and luck and don't stop playing this great music..Best wishes, Katka
Some of them are mine,i have some good vintage and new guitars here(of course i wish that '37 herringbone D-28 was mine).
Thanks again,if you ever want to make it to Greece,let me know about it.We could pick a tune or too!
I see you have some really nice pictures with the bluegrass greats.
Great to hear from you. Isn't amazing what people will say? We should put them all together and write a book. We've done some Nashville TV shows where the producer has had a session guy come in to play all of my guitar parts so our show would sound "just like the record"!! I explained that I actually HAD played guitar on my own record and the producer didn't believe it and still had the session guy play the parts. I still can't believe it!! It does make a very funny story to tell on stage, though!
I had some time to look around on the forum and stumbled on your pictures, then your myspace and WOW! I love the video you have posted and the guitar playing is fantastic as well as the vocals! Also, I noticed a familiar face in one of your pictures (actually back of head) and asked my guitar teacher, Jack Tuttle, if it was who I thought it was and sure enough it was Molly! I hope you make it to Nothern CA soon and If you do I'll for sure catch your show.
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