Peghead Nation mandolin instructor and his duo partner play “Please Baby” during a late-night set at the 2016 IBMA World of Bluegrass gathering.
by Dan Gabel
November 10, 2016
Peghead Nation mandolin instructor Mike Compton was at the 2016 IBMA World of Bluegrass gathering with a full itinerary. The Soggy Bottom Boys, the band Mike has been in since they provided the music for the hit movie O Brother, Where Art Thou, played a main-stage concert and opened the IBMA Awards program. Mike also gave a great demonstration on the Workshop Stage that Peghead Nation sponsored, and he played sets with his duo partner, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Joe Newberry throughout the weekend.
Joe and Mike played ‘Please Baby’ during a late-night set at the festival, and we were glad to capture it.
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