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Robin Netherton
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Bones. Lots of bones.

Started Jul 31 0 Replies

Hi, all. I'm boosting the signal here for Scott Miller, the rhythm bones specialist whom some of you met at the last Antietam gathering. Scott is the biggest retailer of rhythm bones (and related…Continue

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Bones. Lots of bones.

Hi, all. I'm boosting the signal here for Scott Miller, the rhythm bones specialist whom some of you met at the last Antietam gathering. Scott is the biggest retailer of rhythm bones (and related folk/roots instruments) on the planet. But he's realized he needs to retire, and he's hoping to pass his business on to a buyer who wants to continue the joy. Details at this link:…See More
Jul 31
Robin Netherton might attend John Masciale's event

An Early Banjo Gathering at Renfrew Museum and Park

June 26, 2020 at 7pm to June 28, 2020 at 1pm
We are hosting an Early American Banjo gathering. The committee for this event are John and Elaine Masciale, Tim Twiss, Al Smitley, and Andy Chase. At the end of the last gathering there was a lot of interest in continuing with the gathering, but we needed a new venue.  After a lot of searching we are pleased to announce that Renfrew Museum is willing to host us.Our goals are:!. To educate about and create an appreciation for the early American banjo, its musical repertoire, and its role in…See More
Feb 11

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How did you find out about Ning Minstrel Banjo?
AEBG
How long have you played banjo?
Not at all. Just an enthusiastic spectator.
What kind of banjo(s) do you own?
My instruments are a Subaru Outback and a Canon Powershot.

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At 10:03am on June 24, 2015, Scott Miller said…

Thank you for posting all those marvelous 2015 AEBG pix up on Facebook!

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