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Terry Eldredge

Reprinted from Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine November 1990, Volume 25, Number 5 One of the members of the Osborne Brothers Band is Terry Eldredge, who joined in February of 1988. When he first appeared you had to look more than once to find him on stage, as he was the slender, handsome young man behind the…

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192: Bluegrass Unlimited Podcast with Terry Eldredge

This week we feature singer, guitar player and bass player Terry Eldredge.  Terry has had a long career in bluegrass and has spent time in bands with a number of our first generation bluegrass heroes.  He was also a founding member of The…

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Angelina Baker for Mandolin

In this video Randy Lanham shows how to read a style of mandolin tablature, then displays an arrangement for the song “Angelina Baker” (or Angeline the Baker”) using that tablature while the mandolin plays the tune along with a rhythm track. He then demonstrates how to play the tune on the mandolin. This is an…

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L-R: Mike Andes, Gary Farris, Chris Sexton, Mitchell Davis and Tony Shorter

Virginia’s Pride — Nothin’ Fancy Bluegrass Band

Reprinted from Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine November 2001, Volume 36, Number 5 At any bluegrass festival or indoor shindig, you can always tell when a popular or favorite band is about to appear, by the filling of the seats and the gathering of the crowd. This past February, the seats were all filled and they were…

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191: Bluegrass Unlimited Podcast with Jon Randall

This week we feature singer, songwriter, producer and guitar player Jon Randall.  Jon will be best known to bluegrass fans as a member of Emmylou Harris’ band and then as a member of the Sam Bush Band.  He is also a very successful…

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Basic Scruggs Style Banjo Phrases – Part 3

In this video Dan Miller continues his series on learning the Scruggs style banjo vocabulary. Here he demonstrates a variety of phrases that can be played over a G chord and discusses variations of those phrases that will help modify the licks to fit different song melodies.

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