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    I felt transported in time. Clap! clap! encore! I love it when intensity is through single sustaining notes and slides. They sing their notes around each other before joining as one almost like a dance. Thank you for sharing.

    Jeff I got to agree. There are too many that play the mandolin like a typewriter.
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    Sierra Hull and mystery bass player, "People Get Ready":


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    Yeah I know, it's also in the bluegrass and gospel forum, I'm so blown away by this awesome performance that I wanted to post it here too... hope that's ok.

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    Sierra Hull and mystery bass player
    Poor Ethan Jodziewicz. Maybe if he were a woman with a mandolin and not a dude with a bass, people might know his name!

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    Poor Ethan Jodziewicz. Maybe if he were a woman with a mandolin and not a dude with a bass, people might know his name!
    Possibly. But since this is a mandolin forum, we're more likely to know about mandolin players. If that video was on a bass forum instead, they might recognize the bass player but not have a clue who the mandolinist is.

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    The Coon Creek Girls. 3rd from left (with mandolin) is Esther Violet Koehler. Photo from the 1930's

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    Kelsi Harrigill (Flatt Lonesome band, Nashville)

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    Ali Stephens and Caterina Lichtenberg

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    Keep up those chops!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franc Homier Lieu View Post
    Poor Ethan Jodziewicz. Maybe if he were a woman with a mandolin and not a dude with a bass, people might know his name!
    It's the fate of bass players (I'm a sometime bass player myself).

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    Ok, it's a domra being played. I should have known better.

    Mama don't allow no domra playin' around here

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    Domra players inhabit a parallel universe. Here's Vera Makhan.

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