Jack Ferguson


Location: Salem, VA
Country: US

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Sixteen Next Sunday

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video file: 4.3MB, 00:01:09

Jack Ferguson
06/08/12 08:20:51PM @jack-ferguson:

Thanks Patty. I needed to keep working on all the great lessons I had at Crooked Road, and needed a song to demo my latest dulcimer, so I put the two together.Smile.gif

Patty from Virginia
06/07/12 09:13:54AM @patty-from-virginia:

Jack, this is very prettySmile.gif Thanks for sharing. I took one of Ralph Lee Smith's classes at Shenandoah U. a couple of weeks ago. We did the critter songs. I love those old songs. Your dulcimer is pretty tooSmile.gif

Jack Ferguson
06/06/12 03:59:37PM @jack-ferguson:

Dogwoods are beautiful. I look forward to their blooms every Spring. In fact, they are our Virgina State Flower. I can only get the wood when dead trees are removed, so I am always on the lookout.

06/06/12 03:31:31PM @mandy:

I had a ton of dogwoods growing wild in my back woods in Georgia. I will never forget the beauty of them. Glad they are popular but not surprised. Absolutely beautiful.

Jack Ferguson
06/06/12 03:23:07PM @jack-ferguson:

Thank you, Mandy. My dogwoods have been very popular. Their sound is amazing...plus, the wood is beautiful.

06/06/12 02:28:06PM @mandy:

Oh great, I hear how that dogwood dulcimer sounds!! Wonderful :-)