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Check this out: Smoking hot guitar/mandolin duet

Discussion in 'Music Ministry' started by Mike McK, Jan 21, 2008.

  1. Mike McK

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    Wow!:applause:


    Was Jethro Burns half of "Homer and Jethro?"
     
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    Hehe, I think the guitar player could have got his message across with a little less notes.
     
  4. Mike McK

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    That's right. His real name was Kenneth Burns and he was the "Jethro" in Homer and Jethro.

    He was also a brilliant jazz mandolin player and performed with Stephane Grappelli and his partnership with Steve Goodman was growing almost as popular as Homer and Jethro with Goodman died.
     
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    eeeeeyup. Those guys are both pretty good.

    Good tune to pick on, too. I love those circular fifth songs, they're a blast to play.

    Mike, Phyllis and I went & saw Brad Paisley on Sat. nite. It was definately the best concert I've ever seen. That guy can flat out play. Great band backing him up, great light show, a cyber Allison Krauss duet. I'm not too big on new country, but he's a guy you should see, if you get a chance.
     
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    That mandolin player is really good, but being a guitar player myself I zero'ed in on the guitar guy.

    He's actually got the Django Reinhart thing going on in a BIG way.

    Hot, hot, HOT picking for sure!

    Thanks!

    Mike
     
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    *prefers an occasional gap between notes...* ;)
     
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