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Episode 44 - Who You Hang Around With Counts
In this episode I discuss how other people rub off on you, musically and otherwise. The reverse is also true. Think about who you hang out with. This is one of the keys to improvement.
Have fun and let me know you are out there!
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Links and additional information about this episode:
1. In this episode I mentioned a blog article I wrote on rating yourself as a musician. It's called "A Table Needs Three Legs."
2. The guys in the graphic for the episode are The Pluck Tones. They are who I am hanging out with these days.
3. The closing song is "In The Garden/Amazing Grace" by Don Cato, fiddle; Tommy Singleton, guitar; Red Yates, bass; Buddy Ashmore, 2nd guitar, and myself on mandolin. This is from Don's CD "Rose of Sharon" which I had the pleasure to record in my home studio a few years ago.
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4. Since we are getting close to Christmas, you might enjoy this "Christmas Songs for Mandolin." that my son and I put together. Have fun with it!