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Bill Evans: Solo Banjo Medley

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Peghead Nation banjo instructor and “Banjo for Dummies” author plays three original tunes.

by Scott Nygaard
May 13, 2015

Bill Evans is a busy banjo player. He not only teaches Peghead Nation’s Beginning Banjo and Bluegrass Banjo courses, he’s just started a new trio with flatpicking guitar legend Dan Crary and bassist/singer Steve Spurgin, and released the follow-up to his best-selling Banjo for Dummies book: Bluegrass Banjo for Dummies.

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Bill recently took a break from shooting his Peghead Nation video lessons to play a medley of three original tunes from his Bill Evans Plays Banjo album: “Leaving Owensboro,” ”Catching the Dickens,” and ”Corey’s Slide.” billevansbanjo.com

To learn to play banjo with Bill, enroll in his Beginning Banjo and/or Bluegrass Banjo courses today!

Tags: Banjo, Bluegrass
Category: Featured Video

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