Yeah, Lisa, it's even worse when we have 2 or 3 fiddles and a guitar. It's a lot of fun though.
There must be more than 60 strings there! lol
Hard to hear the dulcimer, but I can see what you are doing there Rob.... very impressive playing.
Wow! Love it!! Makes me wanna get up and DANCE!!!
Great music folks!!!
Just got in from practice with the band. Thank y'all for your kind comments. Sometimes we sound pretty good.
Oh how I love this Rob - what a great inspiration! Thank you for posting this.
Love it! Too much fun!
Love this! And how great to be in a string band!
Nice Rob, fun that you are in a string band.
Actually, DT, we have a guitar player, another mandolin player and another fiddler. If you try to follow my fingers, when I switch dulcimers for playing in G, it's a Jim Good tuned to his special G tuning.
Patty, Jim, thanks for the kind comments
I was actually a little embarrassed about the mic. Didn't think I should have been singled out.
You guys are excellent.
That looks like a lot of fun, Rob. And I can't believe you have a string band with no guitar! I thought that was against the law. Too bad they couldn't get you a decent mic until the end. I still had fun following your fingers.
Wonderful!!! I wish I could have been there. It was about time they got you a good mic.
L-R -- Dulcimer, Me; Banjo, Jimmy Rollins; Fiddle, Brian Conaway; Bass, George Yost; Mandolin & Fiddle, Christy Thompson; Autoharp, Susie Jones; Mandolin, Jamie Green