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    Default A little not bluegrass by a master bluegrasser

    Danny is one mandolin instrumentalist who is not confined to one style of music. His "Sorta Annual Concert" last year was spectacular.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=UD0ojWtX-YE

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    Wow, very nice! Thanks for sharing!
    "I don't want to get technical or anything, but according to chemistry, alcohol actually IS a solution."

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    Nice! To quote a good picker on this site: "Danny Nicely is the one of the best mandolin players you've never heard of".

    I saw him in concert with Kripple Krunk. Total Fantastic

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    Great !

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    Yep, the man is good. I've caught him in impromptu jams at Galax. He can burn.

    It's Knicely, btw.

    This is a gem from a few years ago...
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