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Les...fortunate    Posted 06-02-2002 at 10:00:33       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Erica Brown of Lewiston. I have know her for several years, along with her wonderful family: mom, dad and 3 brothers. I've played a lot music with her over the years and watched her grow up to be one of the best fiddlers I have ever heard. Anyone who likes traditional/Bluegrass music will enjoy this classy young lady. I'm proud to call her my friend.
Right now as I'm typing I'm listening to her second CD.

Hogman    Posted 06-03-2002 at 03:13:22       [Reply]  [No Email]
Mornin Les,that little Gal does yank a right fine bow,just wish tha clips were a little longer..

Fine lookin bunch Ya got there too Les.

Redneck    Posted 06-02-2002 at 16:43:01       [Reply]  [No Email]
Sounds like a good fiddler!I didn't know you played music.Wish we wasn't so far apart,I'd like to set down and pick some with ye.My roots are deep in old time bluegrass.Ain't never been real good but that ain't never stopped me from settn' in on some enjoyable music and times.We always say around here if your in time,in tune,and ain't too loud,come on in.

DeadCarp    Posted 06-02-2002 at 18:46:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
Can't wait til they develop the bells & whistles on this thing! Heck, i can toetap my leven-string to darn near anything & we could get a cyber jam session going! lol

Les...Hey Redneck    Posted 06-02-2002 at 17:49:11       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Those is good words to live by. There ain't a better bunch of people anywhere than the Bluegrass crowd. At the end of our local festival every year when the crowd leaves, there ain't so much as a scrap of paper left behind. Contrast that to the army of men and dump trucks it takes to clean up after the 4th of July in Boston and the Pops concert.
My band has a CD as well. We ain't no whizzbang musicians...just a bunch of friends having fun and playin stuff you don't hear much anywhere else. Click on the link, then click on Blake Mountain Band. I'm the big goober with the guitar. ";^)

Redneck    Posted 06-03-2002 at 03:23:45       [Reply]  [No Email]
Know what you mean!We don't get much of a chance to play much any more.It's hard to have the ears and fingers for bluegrass and work the kind of work I have.
I can tell by the smiles yall like what your doing,just keep it up.So many people don't have an idea to how good bluegrass is on your being.

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