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Lt. C.


Canyon Country, CA

Member since:

June 15, 2010

What instruments do you play?

Does the phonograph count? I've got a pretty high-end stereo system. I admire the "gift" musicians have. I am a mechanic, which is also a "gift." The difference is that we mechanics get no respect!

Do you sing?

Nope. You wouldn't want me to! I don't even know most of the words! I just listen. I'm more into the sounds of the "unplugged" instruments, each having its own special place in the overall character of bluegrass music. :)


I remember my first exposure to live bluegrass music many years ago, back in the mid 1970's! I enjoy the sounds of the instruments and vocal harmonies. I'd love to stop by and listen! I'm just a "grinner." I hope that is okay...

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