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    Just got back from an Eva Scow jazz concert with Nashville keyboardist/songwriter Charlie Peacock. She alternated between her bandolim and a 5-string Rono borrowed from Mike Marshall. I brought my Bacorn, and Eva gave it a try after the gig.

    Eva is the real deal ... an accomplished jazz player with a great touch on electric. I have been listening to Peacock for years, but the addition of Eva reinvents his material.

    Now we just need to get her together with Eva Holbrook, eh? Wouldn't Eva & Eva on twin electrics be something else?
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    Rock on!
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    She's got that solo face, and, I daresay, the hair, but I'm sorry that's not a Rock-N-Roll vest.

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    SOunds like a good show. Good musician too. Where did you see her?

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    Chris, ol' buddy -- the fault is mine for not notifying you. I let everyone on the orchestra list know, but I may have forgotten to put you on the list. 'Twas here:

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    Delsbrother: I agree. Not even a jazz vest, really. Must be a choro vest. This photo is from a different gig.



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    Quote Originally Posted by (mrmando @ May 18 2008, 02:42)
    Eva is the real deal ... an accomplished jazz player with a great touch on electric. I have been listening to Peacock for years, but the addition of Eva reinvents his material.

    Now we just need to get her together with Eva Holbrook, eh? Wouldn't Eva & Eva on twin electrics be something else?
    Now you're talking, Martin! Also a Charlie Peacock fan here, though I'm an even bigger fan of his producing skills. Love what he did with Sara Groves' latest project.

    EEE-va and EH-va. Now that would be an interesing combination; two terrific and creative players well beyond their years. Outstanding idea. I know EHva's been considering acquiring her own emando; I assume you've given her some good direction already.
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    Well, EHva (as she quickly pointed out when I introduced myself) liked my Bacorn but appears to like this Rono even more, and may talk Mr. Marshall into selling it to her. It sounds great.

    CP's own albums declined precipitously in artistic quality when he moved to Gnashville, but yeah, I can appreciate him as a producer. I believe this is the first time he's worked with a mandolinist. Smart career move.
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    Martin....looks like a cool gig....I've only seen/heard her play Choro at the Mandolin Symposium,
    and then on Grisman's Tone Poets CD, playing his Loar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by (mrmando @ May 19 2008, 01:01)
    Chris, ol' buddy -- the fault is mine for not notifying you. I let everyone on the orchestra list know, but I may have forgotten to put you on the list. 'Twas here:
    That would be a problem....
    No worries...

    Looks like a cool venue...I cannot say I've ever heard of it...I'll be checking it out now...thanks.

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