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Just a heads-up that Dear old Dad will be hosting a jam tonight from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM at the The Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church parish hall in Pocomoke City, MD.
I was hoping to be there with him, but the storm and my bad shoulder messed with my plans.
For more information on the jam give Dear Old Dad a call at (410) 968-3873.
Years ago when I recorded the The How and the Tao of Old Time Banjo Companion CD, we finished up early and had some extra studio time. Rather than let the time go to waste I improvised a workshop CD covering the basics of playing and singing with the banjo and guitar.
Dear Old Dad found the master files from the session recently and I was happily surprised at how well this workshop has held up over the years.
Now, when I made the recording we intended to put together a book to go with the CD, but that has not happened yet. There is still plenty in the recording to keep you busy.
You can order your copy from our secure server link below or call Dear Old Dad at (410) 968-3873,
Singing With The Banjo And Guitar
- Skip To My Lou
- Red River Valley
- Rosewood Casket
- The Vacant Chair
- The Wabash Cannonball
- Jesus Won’t You Come By Here?
- The Streets Of Laredo
- Wildwood Flower
- Cripple Creek
- Careless Love
- The Titanic
- Will The Circle Be Unbroken?
- The Black Velvet Band
- Little Maggie
- Handsome Molly
- Roving Gambler
- Who’s Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Foot?
- New River Train
- Roll In My Sweet Baby’s Arms
- The White House Blues
- The Banks of the Ohio
- Sail Away Ladies
- Sugar Hill
- Go’in Down The Road Feeling Bad
- Old Time Religion
Singing With The Banjo And Guitar CD
26 Tracks – 41 minutes
Dear Old Dad with news from Crisfield Maryland.
Anthony sent me the link to this recreation of the infamous Blues Brothers car chase done in Lego.
It brings back a lot of memories for me. Dear Old Dad took me to see The Blues Brothers when the film came out and about halfway through the movie I started tugging his sleeve saying, “That’s what I’m gonna do, dad!”
Now look at me . . .
Charley Patton on the banjo.