I wasn't going to release this new recording and video just yet, but there's a special reason to let 'er fly now!

Click bait! Click Bait! But it's true: in the last verse of my arrangement of a traditional American sea shanty, them East Cost gals are runnin' around au naturel. I think you'd better click thru and have a listen...

As our fearless leaders around the world continue to "storm the gates of Hell itself to the tune of a single drum", it seems to me the rest up of could do with a few moments respite. I hope this latest little tune of mine will provide you with a few minutes of lighthearted cheer. (Click Read More to listen)

You have to see this to believe it. It's amazing. LIVE banjo just an arm's length away and look what this cat does!

Such great news was flowing out of my native land this week that I just had to release some cheery bluegrass music in celebration. Have a listen...

Check out this video of an original clawhammer banjo instrumental inspired by a fictitious newspaper name coined by Mark Twain in the short story Journalism in Tennessee. There's more here than just a guy playing banjo: patriotic lawn mowers, the steam-powered stars and stripes chickenmobile...

In a tiny French village in the famed Burgundy wine region, in a 400 year old stone house well off the beaten tourist path, master luthier Eric Stefanelli turns out "incroyable" replicas of classic American banjos.

The Sound Advice of The Moment pundits indicate that a "Throwback Thursday" feature on your music site is a sure-fire road to future mega-stardom. Obviously they fail to understand about banjo players and mega-stardom. But what the hell. Here's a disgustingly cute pic of me with my favorite toy around age 3. Missing only a puppy, which we did not have at the time...

My "banjo-centric" song Gray has just been released for worldwide distribution. All proceeds will go to benefit Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders)...

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