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Songs From The Road Band
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have you all seen her? http://www.myspace.com/shannonwhitworth
Mermaid song and Put me Back, Spring is here.
I am looking for roommates for an Asheville estate if anyone is interested in moving here.
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songs from the road band is sweeeet...... and so is the shannon band...
have ya found a housemate? i have a friend who is need of a place...

ya coming to palmyra's benefit on the 15th?
the shannon band, town mountain, dehlia low, jeff sipe with the rangers... wait, why aren't ya'll there?.... suppose there's gonna be a superjam, that means ya'll should come and jam!

and here is an awesome talk with david johnston about inspiration from earl scruggs and the banjo....
you must hear this
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=106948153
ahh, foggy mountain boys, ahhhhhh...

 

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