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Evie Ladin: “Lonesome John”

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Peghead Nation’s Clawhammer Banjo teacher plays and sings an old-time song from Kentucky fiddler John Salyer.

by Dan Gabel
March 10, 2020

Peghead Nation’s Clawhammer Banjo teacher Evie Ladin recently stopped by the Peghead Nation studio to record new lessons for her course, and played and sang a great version of “Lonesome John,” which she got from Kentucky old-time fiddler John Salyer. The song is in A-modal tuning, and you can learn it with Evie in her Clawhammer Banjo course. 

Evie also recently released Caught On a Wirea new album of her own songs with the Evie Ladin Band, in which she is joined by Keith Terry on bass and body percussion, and Erik Pearson on guitar and other string instruments. Learn more at www.evieladin.com.

To get started playing clawhammer banjo and learn great clawhammer banjo tunes like “Lonesome John,” enroll now in Clawhammer Banjo with Evie Ladin on Peghead Nation!

 


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Really great performance. Very bluesy banjo playing!
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