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    Quote Originally Posted by Recovering Bassist View Post
    All time classic fiddle tune here. If you see a Bluegrass band, and they have a fiddle, your chances of hearing this song are very high. Tried it on my dulcimer.

    Hey Trent, that was cool. It also works great on harmonica. One of the few tunes I play cross harp. If I get time, I'll have to bring it later this week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tootler View Post
    Hey Trent, that was cool. It also works great on harmonica. One of the few tunes I play cross harp. If I get time, I'll have to bring it later this week.
    Thanks Geoff! Yes, please being it if you can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bird's eye view of my ukelele View Post


    Hey! He's playing clawhammer banjo, not bluegrass style! call the Old-Time Police!

    (One time, after being told at an Old-Time Jam that ukuleles didn't belong in Old-Time Music, someone noticed that I'd been playing a banjo-uke with them for over 90 minutes, and no one had noticed!)
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    Got a little cold from the wee ones (been hanging out at preschool) so this may not be my opus, but I wanted to do anothe union station song this week because the album has been on my mind. Every Time You say Goodbye.

    Nice Dulcimer Trent- love them. Built dad one a few years back that he likes to monkey around on. Really fun instruments.

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    I did this one before, a long time ago, but this time I did it with the banjo uke and added some high harmony vocals.

    Never mind the words, just hum along and keep on going...

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    Deathgrass.

    Never mind the words, just hum along and keep on going...

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    "Ah, Music. A Magic beyond all we do here!" - Albus Dumbledore.

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    Here's a Bill Monroe song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Recovering Bassist View Post
    Killed two birds with one stone here! Did a Bluegrass song I've been wanting to do for a long time, and tried out my new uke! I figured since I was giving a Bonanza away this week, might as well get one for myself too! This is a Mint retro cutaway tenor, with a maple bridge and a corian fretboard.

    I enjoyed that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ksiegel View Post
    Hey! He's playing clawhammer banjo, not bluegrass style! call the Old-Time Police!

    (One time, after being told at an Old-Time Jam that ukuleles didn't belong in Old-Time Music, someone noticed that I'd been playing a banjo-uke with them for over 90 minutes, and no one had noticed!)
    lol!!


    Quote Originally Posted by AlanDP View Post
    ooooooooooooooooooooooooh!


    ok

    trent : oh no what's she gonna do NOW???????

    well i saw "cotton eyed joe" on your bluegrass list, as being a bill munroe song, and i thought can that be the rednex song that was in the charts for like about 300 years, back in the day, and the answer is yes and no, and kind of! the chorus is pretty much the same, they just had some fun with the verses!

    so

    here ya go

    cotton eye joe (rednex version)

    lynda

    get it on, bang a gong, get it on

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