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Joe K. Walsh and Scott Nygaard: “Goodbye Liza Jane”

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Peghead Nation mandolin and guitar instructors play an old-time favorite.

by Dan Gabel
February 04, 2019
 


During a video shoot with Joe K. Walsh for his Bluegrass Mandolin Jam Favorites course, Joe and Peghead Nation co-founder and guitar instructor Scott Nygaard played a great version of the old-time song ”Goodbye Liza Jane.” Popular recordings of the song, which was published in 1871 by Eddie Fox, include those by Bob Wills, Don Reno, Bobby Hicks, and now, Joe and Scott!

Learn mandolin with Joe in The Advancing Mandolinist and in his new course, Bluegrass Mandolin Jam Favorites.

Study guitar with Scott Nygaard in his courses Roots and Bluegrass Rhythm Guitar, Intermediate Flatpicking Guitar, Flatpicking Guitar, and Weekly Guitar Workout.


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