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Tom Adams - vocals, banjo, guitar, mandolin
Marshall Wilborn - acoustic bass
Recorded the week of November 20, 2016
New Christmas Single from Tom Adams
Tab for East Virginia Blues
8.26.2016 You get banjo tab transcribed from:
1969 and 1971 - J.D. Crowe and the Kentucky Mountain Boys
1974, 1975 and ca. 2003-09 - J.D. Crowe and the New South
This collection of tabs will give you the opportunity to study the playing of the legendary J.D. Crowe in particular but in a more general sense you'll see and hear how professional banjo players vary the notes within their breaks. All seven breaks are clearly "East Virginia Blues" as Crowe, over a 40-year span of live recordings, builds each break on the same interpretation of the melody.
As you compare these 7 banjo breaks, you'll clearly hear the main theme stated in each break and you'll notice the various licks that are inserted that make each break unique.
2 of the 7 breaks are from performances where Crowe gets to play a second banjo break just before the final vocal verse of "East Virginia Blues". You'll hear how he takes a "hotter" solo than the one he used to open the song.
Tab for a Dozen Cabin Songs
8.18.2016 You get one full banjo break for each of these 12 bluegrass and bluegrass gospel classics. Click the video to hear the melody of the songs on which these banjo tabs are based:
You'll be ready to get your Cabin on at the next jam with this 12-pack of banjo tabs. The tabs are based on the melody of the song rather than being a transcription of any particular player's banjo solo.
All songs in G Tuning.
You get a PDF and a TablEdit TEF for each song.
75-minute DVD comes with 80 pages of tablature and descriptive notes
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Select Mahogany neck with modified Wreath pattern
Memphis Belle Flat Head Tone Ring; 3-Ply Canadian Maple rim
Nickel Plated Hardware; Rosewood fingerboard
First full album with Tom Adams on banjo since 2004
Powerful vocals from Linda and David Lay
Classic JMB rhythm section w/David McLaughlin and Marshall Wilborn
Born in Gettysburg PA, Tom began playing the banjo at age ten. First gaining national recognition as the banjo player for Jimmy Martin & the Sunny Mountain Boys, Tom now plays banjo with Linda Lay and guitar with Bill Emerson.