So, inspired be Aaron Jonah Lewis project "Mozart on the Banjo", where he plays music by Joe Morley (a great album, by the way. Get it while you can!) and because 2020 is a "Beethoven year".

Who would be the Beethoven of banjo music? :-)

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Cammeyer!  Oh... but maybe not. Maybe he's the Chopin of the banjo.  How about Paul Eno?

I think that Cammeyer was the Cammeyer of the banjo.

Eno was the Eno of the banjo.

Grimshaw was the Grimshaw of the banjo.

Morley was the Morley of the banjo.

Lansing was the...

The banjo is unique with a unique writing style.  It is apples to oranges.

That is not to take away from Aaron's record as I agree it is great!  I love his playing on Mauna Loa.  You can hear the Hawaiian Guitar in it.

You are right but it's more fun to make mismatches. Eno can be the Galileo of the banjo. Grimshaw can be the Soupy Sales of the banjo. Cammeyer can be the Howdy Doody of the banjo. .........

Joel Hooks said:

I think that Cammeyer was the Cammeyer of the banjo.

Eno was the Eno of the banjo.

Grimshaw was the Grimshaw of the banjo.

Morley was the Morley of the banjo.

Lansing was the...

The banjo is unique with a unique writing style.  It is apples to oranges.

That is not to take away from Aaron's record as I agree it is great!  I love his playing on Mauna Loa.  You can hear the Hawaiian Guitar in it.

I think George Lansing is the Junior Samples of the banjo.



Jody Stecher said:

You are right but it's more fun to make mismatches. Eno can be the Galileo of the banjo. Grimshaw can be the Soupy Sales of the banjo. Cammeyer can be the Howdy Doody of the banjo. .........

Joel Hooks said:

I think that Cammeyer was the Cammeyer of the banjo.

Eno was the Eno of the banjo.

Grimshaw was the Grimshaw of the banjo.

Morley was the Morley of the banjo.

Lansing was the...

The banjo is unique with a unique writing style.  It is apples to oranges.

That is not to take away from Aaron's record as I agree it is great!  I love his playing on Mauna Loa.  You can hear the Hawaiian Guitar in it.

Or perhaps Mozart was the Joe Morley of the Fortepiano.

Joel Hooks said:

I think George Lansing is the Junior Samples of the banjo.



Jody Stecher said:

You are right but it's more fun to make mismatches. Eno can be the Galileo of the banjo. Grimshaw can be the Soupy Sales of the banjo. Cammeyer can be the Howdy Doody of the banjo. .........

Joel Hooks said:

I think that Cammeyer was the Cammeyer of the banjo.

Eno was the Eno of the banjo.

Grimshaw was the Grimshaw of the banjo.

Morley was the Morley of the banjo.

Lansing was the...

The banjo is unique with a unique writing style.  It is apples to oranges.

That is not to take away from Aaron's record as I agree it is great!  I love his playing on Mauna Loa.  You can hear the Hawaiian Guitar in it.

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