"Thanks so much Brian, yes the 75 year old ex coal mining poet is prolific in writing wonderful poems that he allows me to convert to song. ( mainly about coal mining and northern England life and growing up through WWII. I have a battered old…"
"Man, you got somethin’ there Sammy, real talk!! I’m sure the author would be quite honored by your composition, for sure! What instruments were used on the recording? I had to hit the refresh button to have another listen :)"
2 very badly, but I've got at least 6 more from Shane Wagstaff at Rock Hill Guitars, he's the man
What do you find most interesting about cigar box guitars? (If you do not enter something meaningful here, your membership may be rejected).
their versatility and the way they enable someone like me with arthritic joints to get to some of the much more simplistic chords. I simply love the DGBE chord structure. I'm in the beginner/intermediate bracket and I just love the number of songs I can strum along to.
Greetings Sammy! I did make it over for most of Saturday - what a beautiful day! Roamed around the streets and enjoyed the performances - saw Clarence 'Bluesman' Davis and Jock Webb, as well as Fillmore Slim and his band. Also saw and met an up-and-coming young musician, Sean McDonald who I think hails from Alabama. I may post a few pictures here on the nation.
Just some scatting to the Boegie there Sammy, about playing, going round,and laying the Boegie down,getting on the floor,dancing,girls, dancing there hart out, every day,every night,and then you see your baby one night, and while the boys are rocking,you hold her tight,dont you want to know its treu, so now you know what i am on about!! greeeettsszz there sammy !! A.D.