Author Jerry Zolten tells the story of the historic Martin D-28 that belonged to Clarence White and then moved on to bluegrass innovator Tony Rice.
March 13, 2017
Author and Martin Guitar expert Jerry Zolten tells the story of bluegrass innovator Tony Rice acquiring the Martin D-28 guitar that had belonged to the great Clarence White. Part of the award winning documentary “Ballad Of The Dreadnought.”
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