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  1. John Prine - That's The Way The World Goes Round

    Hey guys!

    I'm not much of a singer but I thought you guys may enjoy this. I was working on some John Prine this week and couldn't help myself.



    Cheers!
  2. Beastly - Vulfpeck [Acoustic FUNK]

    It's been a while since I posted here!

    This week I put together a cover of Vulfpeck's "Beastly." Thought you guys may enjoy!


  3. Of The Sirens - Alex Heflin [Original]

    I can't believe this is the 99th consecutive week I've put one of these together. This is an original waltz I put together a couple years ago; thought you guys may enjoy!

  4. Pure Imagination Chord Melody

    It's been a while since I posted something here, but this week I worked on a chord melody of Pure Imagination and I thought you guys may dig it. Cheers!

  5. Honeysuckle Rose (#90)

    This week I wanted to work on mandolin, so I thought Iíd give a jazz standard a shot. Hope you enjoy!

  6. Happy Holidays All! Here's The Christmas Song for mando/guitar.

    Happy Holidays my friends! Bryan and I recorded this a couple weeks ago - it's one of our favorite Christmas songs. I hope you enjoy!

  7. Itís Still Rock and Roll to Me - Billy Joel (mandolin/guitar)

    Hey guys! Hereís a simple arrangement of a favorite Billy Joel tune.

    I need a nap.

    I hope you enjoy though!

  8. Michelle - Beatles Cover

    Hey guys!

    I worked on a collaboration with the one and only Josh Turner of the Beatles song Michelle. This has been a long time coming, and I'm happy we finally finished it!

  9. Jockey Full of Bourbon - Tom Waits [Acoustic]

    Tom Waits is one of my favorite songwriters, and Iíve wanted to do a song off of Rain Dogs for a while now. Hereís my take on his tune Jockey Full of Bourbon.

  10. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea - Harold Arlen [Mandolin]

    For our 85th weekly cover, here's a solo mandolin rendition of the jazz standard Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.

    This song has been recorded countless times by amazing folks, but I have always loved Don Stiernberg's version. I thought I would give it a try this week.

    Cheers!

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