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Banjo Tab Books
|Right Hand Man||Adams County Banjo||The Only Way To Fly||The Storm Still Rages||Fired Up|
|Best-Selling Book of
Tom Adams original
banjo tunes & more
|Tom Adams' hard-driving
Jimmy Martin-style banjo
|E-book of Tom's solos
and backup with
|E-book of banjo breaks
and backup played
by Jessie Baker
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LYNN MORRIS NOTECARDS
Happy Cat: 9 cards of this design
Three Cats: 9 cards of this design
Lynn Morris Collection: 9 cards total of 2 images
PRICE: $15.95 with free Shipping to U.S. Addresses
|Notecards 4 1/4" x 5 1/2" with envelopes|
Lynn Morris grew up in Lamesa, Texas, and now makes her home in Winchester, Virginia. In college, Lynn began playing bluegrass music while completing a degree in art. She is an accomplished, award-winning banjo and guitar instrumentalist, but is most widely known for her lovely voice. During most of her adult life, Lynn has enjoyed a very successful career as a bluegrass musician, eventually fronting her own band, The Lynn Morris Band, which boasted such notable musicians as husband, Marshall Wilborn, Jesse Brock, Ron Stewart, Tom Adams, Ron Block, Rob Ickes, Tad Marks, David McLaughlin, and Chris Jones.
In 2003, Lynn suffered a stroke following knee surgery, which left her aphasic and unable to continue performing. Although the road to recovery has been long and arduous, Lynn has never been a stranger to hard work. Her determination and positive attitude is nothing short of inspirational, and she has come a very long way since 2003. Currently working as a sound engineer for Bill Emerson & Sweet Dixie, Lynn finds time to continue her work with and for the cats she has loved all of her life.
For more information about Lynn, please see this article at Northern Virginia Daily.com
A portion of the profit from sales of Lynn’s cards will be donated to:
The Stroke Comeback Center