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    Default Interview with Ron Thomason of Dry Branch Fire Squad

    This interview may be of interest to some.

    https://bluegrasstoday.com/ron-thoma...tly-bluegrass/
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    nice, thanks.
    Play it like you mean it.

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    Default Re: Interview with Ron Thomason of Dry Branch Fire Squad

    Wow - I had almost forgotten about DBFS . . . we used to play their music quite a bit on our Country/Bluegrass radio show, back in the 90's. Thanks for sharing.

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    75? Holy cow! Ron Gordo is still at it, of course.
    Good interview. I was disappointed that Ron didn’t mention that his mandolin is an AIT Loar. AIT is “Always In Tune.” Lol
    I spoke to Ron about that mandolin at Gettysburg several years ago. This was after an interesting Cafe post about his AIT Loar. Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by re simmers View Post
    75? Holy cow! Ron Gordo is still at it, of course.
    Good interview. I was disappointed that Ron didn’t mention that his mandolin is an AIT Loar. AIT is “Always In Tune.” Lol
    I spoke to Ron about that mandolin at Gettysburg several years ago. This was after an interesting Cafe post about his AIT Loar. Lol
    Bob
    Yea well, I really only asked one question about the mandolin, when did you buy it?
    dave berry

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