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Feb-04-2008, 6:26pm
I know some of you folks were there over the weekend. Any pics to share?

Feb-04-2008, 6:45pm
Try this right here. (http://www.crawdaddydave.net/2008_events/01_31_2008_spbgma/spbgma_2008_index.html)

Feb-04-2008, 8:20pm
Wow. Just scanning through those photos I'm not worried about the next generation of players... There seems to be a bunch of them and they look like they're doing all right.

Thanks for the link, Fred.


Feb-04-2008, 8:30pm
Hey if you have a fast connection, check out the videos. Those kids can pick.

Mark Walker
Feb-04-2008, 9:03pm
Fred - INDEED! They can pick, and there seems to be no lack of up-and-coming young talent! http://www.mandolincafe.net/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif

Feb-04-2008, 10:01pm
Thanks for the link Fred. Was hoping one of the members here will post some.

Feb-04-2008, 10:35pm
Not just young 'uns in there. I even noticed myself in a pic or two. Sim and Missy Daley were in the group with Dave Snider. We met and picked with several old and new friends. SPBGMA has become my favorite vacation. It just takes me a while to get over those 3:00 am sessions anymore. Bring on the Starbucks and let's pick. Frank Ray and a dealer named Gary both had their Loars there and I did some pickin' and Smellin'. Great trip.....

Feb-04-2008, 10:38pm
Hey Big Joe, thanks again for the visit and laughs. Sorry to have left you out of the previous post.

steve V. johnson
Feb-04-2008, 10:49pm
Thanks for the link to the pix and videos!

Great stuff!


Feb-06-2008, 1:38pm
I recognize some of the kids in these photos. They take lessons from the same instructor I do. Not to mention I see them at EVERYTHING bluegrass that I attend. Its great to see young people take interest in this musical tradition!

Feb-06-2008, 1:53pm
Nice collage, Fred. Do you know who was playing mandolin and banjo with the CG?

Feb-06-2008, 7:30pm
Nice collage, Fred. Do you know who was playing mandolin and banjo with the CG?
Alan, if yer talkin' to me, these aren't my work. I only wish I had been there.

I found out about this site from visiting the Banjo Hangout.