Peghead Nation’s Clawhammer Banjo teacher plays and sings a Grateful Dead classic, which she also recorded for the Evie Ladin Band’s new EP, “Playing Our Hand.”
by Dan Gabel
October 02, 2020
Peghead Nation’s Clawhammer Banjo teacher Evie Ladin was in the Peghead Nation studio recently to record new lessons for her course, and while she was here, she played this great solo version of the Grateful Dead song “Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo.” You can hear the Evie Ladin Band (with Keith Terry on bass and Erik Pearson on guitar) play this song on the brand-new EP Playing Our Hand, a collection of the band’s favorite covers.
About this Grateful Dead classic, Evie says:
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