Gail Webber


Location: Greensboro, NC
Country: US

My Latest Followers:

Larry Walton SheilaG Dinahlee MANSKER DavidPNC Ron Stewart Don Grundy sweetbriar Kevin R. sleepingangel dulcinina Sheryl St. Clare Charles Thomas Monica Lexie R Oakley Cynthia Wigington Bob Hilton jeffrey charles foster Ken Backer Lynn austin Karel Votanek James Phillips Jill Geary Helen Seiler Kevin Messenger robert schuler Jan Potts Kristi Keller Rob N Lackey Paula Brawdy Rick Probst Bill S Sean Ruprecht-Belt Cheryl Forget Robin Thompson Strumelia


youtube videos: 19
images: 11
videos: 9

Reuben's Train

streams: 20
video file: 4.4MB, 00:01:29

Gail Webber
08/26/14 04:07:48PM @gail-webber:

Thanks, Paul.

Paul Killian
08/25/14 10:36:33PM @paul-killian:

Sounds good, Gail. Thanks.

Gail Webber
06/29/14 10:32:29AM @gail-webber:

Thanks, Patty.

Patty from Virginia
06/27/14 08:44:57PM @patty-from-virginia:

I like this tune too. Thanks for sharing this with us GailSmile.gif

Gail Webber
06/25/14 09:07:59PM @gail-webber:

Hi Steve, I am in E minor (tuned DAd with Capo on the 1st fret). I think this is a fun tune to play. I learned it from Stephen Seifert's Join the Jam (purple) book.

Steve Battarbee
06/25/14 06:41:23PM @steve-battarbee:

I'm so glad you posted this as its one I've wanted to learn. what key are you playing it in?

Dana R. McCall
06/22/14 11:04:57PM @dana-r-mccall:

love it one of my favorite songs to play!

Gail Webber
06/22/14 08:01:14PM @gail-webber:

Thanks everyone. I don't know how that initial picture got on there! I'm going to have to get my husband to hit the record button for me so I don't get those awkward shots!

Jan Potts
06/22/14 07:25:58PM @jan-potts:

Great job, Gail! This version is almost exactly the way I play it. Hope we get a chance to play it together sometime soon....

Rob N Lackey
06/22/14 06:32:26PM @rob-n-lackey:

That was good, Gail. One of my favorites. Just for fun, you should go to and look at his version without a capo.

Ken Longfield
06/22/14 05:48:45PM @ken-longfield:

Very nice Gail. You did a very good job playing that tune. Thanks for sharing.


"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."