I saw a couple videos of you and Robbie Fulks playing together, i bet you guys could create an amazing live album as a duo
robbie is really fun to play with, he is a very talented musician and writer. i bet there are some live recordings of robbie and i on the archive. also i bet there are some live recordings on youtube. it's not really necessary to make a "live recording" in that sense, as they are kinda constantly being made as we go, based on the behaviors of this strange/cool subset of human beings known as "tapers."
Hi, I have never heard your music before, and have not heard it yet. I just read an article you wrote about tips for the performing musician. I really appreciated what you had to say and took it to heart. I am a singer/songwriter and was hoping to get your thoughts on a seeming contradiction. I am a musician who seldom listens to music! I just never have really cared for much music, and so my musical horizon is very small as far as artists go. I have spent vast amounts of time on a very select group of songwriters that I have learned much from, but any time someone wants to get into a conversation about musicians or bands, I have to explain to them up front that pretty much anyone they ask me "Have you heard of..." I have to answer "no." I am called to music like you said in your blog post, but still I prefer a good sermon or teaching or presentation to music. Is that a disadvantage? If so, how should I overcome it? Thanks for the Q&A page, even if you don't get to mine. GB!Danny Barnes responded on 11/25/2013 Next question
Hi Danny, could you suggest a good all around amp for banjo, acoustic guitar and vocals please? I have a LR Baggs on my jo, looking for a all in one amp that I can start gigging local small venues, coffee shops etc....
Thanks and you rock!,