New Camptown Races
Bill talks about the formation of his classic lick used in New Camptown Races which came from
hearing Molly and Tenbrooks with Monroe.
Bill talks some about some of the history after Cherokee Shuffle which is really neat.
This is the old fiddle classic June Apple played by Bill. He had a unique way of playing this melody.
Here he starts with the B part, which allowed some of Bill's melodic technique come through bright and clear.
I will be tabbing this rendition of Bill's June Apple in my December 2015 Banjo Newsletter column as a tribute to Bill.
Birth of the Blues
Birth of the Blues is his chord genius. He showed me so much.
(more to come)
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Bill playing my banjo at Grey Fox
November 15, 2015