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Mandolin Mondays #103 w/ Special Guest Scott Napier

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The great Scott Napier wrote us a new original tune for this week's Mandolin Mondays! Hear that 1939 Gibson F5 sing!



Scott has been knee deep in bluegrass for the past 20 years. At the start of his career, Scott spent 10 years playing with the bluegrass legend Larry Sparks and his band The Lonesome Ramblers. Since then, he has performed with bluegrass award winning groups such as Dale Ann Bradley, Marty Raybon, Bobby Osborne, Alison Krauss, Rhonda Vincent, The Whites, and more.

He now plays with the long-standing group Lost and Found and teaches at the HCTC Kentucky School of Bluegrass and Traditional Music. Connect with Scott at the links below for more info about his music:

https://www.facebook.com/Scott-Napie...-129372527705/
http://ksbtm.hazard.kctcs.edu/Instructors.aspx
http://www.lostandfoundbluegrass.com/index.html

And as always, tune in next week for more Mandolin Mondays! Until then...

Happy Picking!
David

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Comments

  1. Mandolin Cafe's Avatar
    Welcome, Scott. Great playing!
  2. AlanN's Avatar
    Nifty, my friend. The D Man would be proud...
  3. Zach Wilson's Avatar
    Whoa! Cool tune, Sir 🤓
  4. Bernie Daniel's Avatar
    Nice tune! If you are reading these comments Scott is the name "Under the Audubon" mean some kind of bird inspiration for the tune? I am a bird song devotee and know the calls and songs of several hundred N. American birds -- I use that information is the spring for survey work. But your tune kind of makes me think of bird vocalizations -- with the abrupt passages always springing up suddenly - like a bird call on a quite morning? Just thought I'd mention that! LOL! Love that old Gibson F-5!
  5. Philphool's Avatar
    Great pickin', Scott.
    With the speed you're using on that tune, maybe it should be called "Under the Autobahn"!