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John Reischman with Joe K. Walsh, Darol Anger, Missy Raines, and Hayes Griffin: “Salt Spring”

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John Reischman plays one of his popular original tunes with an all-star band at the Great Lakes Music Camp this fall.

by Dan Gabel
October 29, 2019
 


John Reischman released his original tune “Salt Spring” on the debut album of his band John Reischman and the Jaybirds in 2001, and the tune has been a mandolin-player favorite ever since. 

This fall, John was one of four Peghead Nation instructors (with Joe K. Walsh, Evie Ladin, and Brittany Haas) who taught at the recent Great Lakes Music Camp in West Olive, Michigan, along with many other luminaries of the roots music world. 

For the instructor concert at camp, John gathered a great band consisting of Joe on mandolin, Darol Anger on fiddle, Missy Raines on bass, and Hayes Griffin on guitar, and they played this rousing version of “Salt Spring” for the camp students, staff, and visitors. It’s fun to hear John and Joe harmonizing on mandolin on this tune!

For more clips from Great Lakes Music Camp, check out Peghead Nation’s Facebook and Instagram pages, and check back here for future featured videos.

To learn mandolin from John, enroll in his Peghead Nation Melodic Mandolin Tunes course today!

And to learn mandolin from Joe, enroll in his Peghead Nation Advancing Mandolinist course or Bluegrass Mandolin Jam Favorites course today!


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