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The tar Heel Blues (Foxtrot/Rag)..1915..James Timothy Brymn.

This is another good tune recorded by the Paragon Ragtime Orchestra (MP3 attached). Despite the title, it isn't a blues but described on th…

Started by Steve Harrison

0 Nov 6

Classic Banjo Podcasts from

Hi, Does anyone one know if the Classic Banjo Podcasts from the now defunct are still hosted anywhere? Thanks!

Started by Milwaukee Matzen

18 Nov 3
Reply by Richard William Ineson

Fuzzy Wuzzy...1915...Roy H. King

If you like the Sunflower Dance then you should like this as it follows a similar path. However, it has a lot more content and  could be de…

Started by Steve Harrison

0 Nov 1

This is the other side of Olly Oakley's record that I posted earlier

Another crisp and clear recording.  Oakley was quite good !!!   ;-)

Started by thereallyniceman

11 Oct 27
Reply by Trapdoor2

Banana Peel Rag (Some Slippery Number)..1913..August Herman "Gus" Winkler

This is the first of two of Winkler's tunes that I've arranged, the second one, Midnight Rag, I'll post later. Both tunes are worthy of a l…

Started by Steve Harrison

2 Oct 27
Reply by Trapdoor2

Here is another great Olly Oakley record

What a really crisp and clear record!

Started by thereallyniceman

3 Oct 26
Reply by Jody Stecher

Midnight Rag..1912..August Herman "Gus" Winkler

This the second of the Winkler tunes that I mentioned in my previous post. It's another good example of ragtime which strays from the usual…

Started by Steve Harrison

0 Oct 26

Looking for a Plectrum banjo...

I hope you'll all forgive me going a little off topic but does anyone have a decent player quality Plectrum banjo for sale? I've been invi…

Started by Russ Chandler

1 Oct 19
Reply by nick stephens

Rotation Rag..1911..Al Sweet aka Albert Charles Sweet

This is a pleasing and well written tune with an interesting intro which I particularly like. Sweet was another of the lesser known compose…

Started by Steve Harrison

0 Oct 19

“The Black History of the Banjo”

I heard a fascinating account of the history of the banjo, from its African origins.  If you haven’t heard it I highly recommend it. https:…

Started by Jason Cornwell

0 Oct 18


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