Written in 1959 by R. Tarrant Bailey Jr. and given to the American Banjo Fraternity for group play.

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Comment by Trapdoor2 on September 19, 2016 at 16:27

Bravo! Well done!

Funnily, you look like you're playing in my garage 'upstairs'. I've been meaning to finish mine out...I have it all insulated but haven't gotten around to putting up the walls inside yet. The Northwest corner looks just like your video, window and all (just with insulation between all the joists and studs).

Comment by Joel Hooks on September 19, 2016 at 17:33

I am playing on the second floor of the world's largest banjo thimble factory.  I call this my "winter quarters" as I can warm it up to 50 degrees and work up there.  The "factory floor" (okay, it is my garage) is a slab and it gets so dang cold in the winter that I can't do anything.

I'd love to finish out the upstairs.  It is a nice long room (three car).  It would make a great studio and worldwide corporate office but we have too many things that need doing (200 year old house needs lots of mone--, ahem, love).  Besides, the acoustics are fantastic!

Comment by Trapdoor2 on September 19, 2016 at 19:28

I have just the opposite problem...in the summer it is 120F up there. I can bring that down to the 90's by turning on the A/C. Nice up there in the winter though...if I finished it out.

Never going to happen since we're planning on moving in 5 yrs. Ah well, the house in Myrtle Beach has a 'banjo porch' that has room for at least 40 banjoists. The neighbors are gonna love us!

Comment by carrie horgan on September 19, 2016 at 19:45

Another cool tune I haven't heard before.  Great playing. 

p.s. 120F in the summer - phew.  Anything over 90F makes headlines here. 

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