Peghead Nation banjo and mandolin instructors play Bill Evans’ original tune with flatpicking guru Kenny Smith, bassist Max Schwartz, and fiddler Nate Lee.
by Dan Gabel
April 21, 2017
Peghead Nation banjo instructor Bill Evans recently put together a bill with our Melodic Mandolin Tunes instructor John Reischman, flapticking master Kenny Smith, fiddler Nate Lee, and bassist Max Schwartz for a short run of shows in Northern California. We caught their first date at the Freight and Salvage Coffeehouse in Berkeley, California, where the all-star band played a great version of Bill's tune “Petersburg Gal.”
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Fantastic loved every minute of it. I have just started to learn to play the
5 string Banjo and yes Bill i am using Banjos for dummies and what ever help i can get just need more years i should have started younger its a difficult instrument to master after years of playing the saxophone.
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