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Mandolin Mondays #121 w/ Special Guest Tim O'Brien

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The legendary Tim O'Brien stops by Mandolin Mondays to share an original tune on his famous Nugget mandolin.



Multi-instrumentalist, Tim O'Brien needs no introduction. He's the co-founder of the renowned bluegrass band Hot Rize--now celebrating their 40th anniversary as a band. He's a prolific songwriter, having songs recorded by artists such as New Grass Revival, Nickel Creek, Garth Brooks, and the Dixie Chicks. He's also won multiple IBMA awards and Grammys for his solo work and other band projects. Tim's latest release, 2017's "Where the River Meets the Road, is his 16th solo recording. Check it out here: http://timobrien.net/music/where-rive...

Connect with Tim at the following links below for more information about his music and tour schedule:

http://timobrien.net/
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tim-OB...
https://www.facebook.com/hotrizemusic/

You can also contact me here for a free copy of the standard notation transcription of the music in this video: http://davidbenedictmusic.com/contact/

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

Happy Picking!
David

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Updated Apr-23-2018 at 1:33pm by dbmandolin

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  1. Mandolin Cafe's Avatar
    Welcome, Tim! Great to have you on Mandolin Mondays.
  2. darylcrisp's Avatar
    that was neat!
    d
  3. Daniel Nestlerode's Avatar
    Really nice.
    That's going in the repertoire I think.
  4. Rosemary Philips's Avatar
    I think I need to sit on a beach in Mexico in order to learn it...