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    Default The ever-inventive Danny Knicely

    From a pre-covid concert - Caravan - Danny mandolin, John Previti bass, Amie Curl vocals & guitar, Baakari Wilder - tap percussion:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGm8HO66_2Q

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    That's the stuff! Thanks for sharing John, Danny is the man.

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    Embedding it. Too good.

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    Thanks, Don! I should have taken a moment to figure out the embedding. Danny always puts his own stamp on a piece and is always exploring - whether it's a swing concert with an "unusual" rhythm section, straight up bluegrass or old time music, Krunken music, Nepalese/bluegrass fusion...

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    Danny Knicely really IS the man. I saw him with the Krunk band and his mandolin and fiddle playing was beyond words. Thanks for the link!

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