I have been to Pete Wernick's week long intermediate banjo camp he has in Boulder 3 times. Every year in the first few days he brings up "intention" as something that has a big influence on musicianship and life in general. This is the first year that the light really went on with this concept for me despite many years of playing many instruments. Any thoughts?
pete is vey good at what he does. however i don't think that's how i relate to the physical realm, but i can appreciate the concept.
Every year that I have been to Telluride Bluegrass and/or Rockygrass (at least 14 festivals at this point I think) when they ask for feedback at the end I submit their form with your name on it about twenty times as somebody who ought to be at TBF every single year. Any other suggestions that can help me leverage this please let me know. Otherwise thanks for all the great music and apparent approach to this whole thing.Danny Barnes responded on 05/26/2014 Next question
I saw a poster with "The Bad Livers" as a headliner a week or so ago. As a member of more than one dismantled band I totally get logistics issues but I still can't resist asking. Are there any other Bad Livers reunions in the forsee-able future? Thanks again, DougDanny Barnes responded on 05/26/2014