Peghead Nation instructors John Reischman, Sharon Gilchrist, and Scott Nygaard play a Smiley Burnett song during a recent house concert.
by Dan Gabel
May 08, 2018
A trio with two of our mandolin instructors and our co-founder and guitar instructor? We’re in. John Reischman, Sharon Gilchrist, and Scott Nygaard, collectively known as Harmonic Tone Revealers, recently played a few concerts in Northern California, including an evening at the San Rafael home of guitarist Joe Helm. During that performance, they played this fun version of “It’s My Lazy Day,” which was written by Smiley Burnett in the 1940s and has been covered by many since, including Scott and The Websters on their album Ten Thousand Miles.
To learn mandolin with John, sign up for his course, Melodic Mandolin Tunes.
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