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    Default Sierra Hull and Chris Smither Live show

    I have been a Chris Smither fan for a long time and when i came across this I was thrilled.
    Chris and Sierra play "Killing The Blues" together at the end.


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    Default Re: Sierra Hull and Chris Smither Live show

    Sierra's set starts about 23 minutes in.
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    Default Re: Sierra Hull and Chris Smither Live show

    And a great version of the Tennessee Waltz/After You've Gone at 36:45. And a nice finale at 3:05:00.
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    Crazy great mando chops by Sierra on "People Get Ready" ...well on everything she does.
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    Default Re: Sierra Hull and Chris Smither Live show

    Nice video. Each time I've seen Sierra Hull play (on Youtube) she seemed to curl her pick hand fingers in and made a noticeable fist. In the portions of the video I watched, which was just recently recorded, she seems to play with a much more relaxed look to her right hand with her fingers opening various amounts from the closed fist look.

    I wonder if she changed her technique or if I simply hadn't seen a big enough sample of her previous playing to see her do anything other than the tight looking fist thing. Anyone else notice this?

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