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Evie Ladin: “Indian Ate a Woodchuck”

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Peghead Nation Clawhammer Banjo instructor rocks a great old-time dance tune.

by Scott Nygaard
November 07, 2017
 

While she was in the studio recently recording some new lessons for her Peghead Nation Clawhammer Banjo course, Evie Ladin busted into a rockin’ version of the great old-time square dance tune “Indian Ate a Woodchuck,” which comes from legendary Kentucky fiddler Ed Haley.

To get started playing clawhammer banjo or learn great clawhammer banjo tunes like “Indian Ate a Woodchuck,” enroll now in  Clawhammer Banjo with Evie Ladin on Peghead Nation!


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Posted by Benjamin Preston on
That's awesome Evie!. Thanks for sharing.
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