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    Kind of cool being up on the big screen with Kelsi --

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    Haven't posted anything in a while. Here's Lauren Price Napier (from the Price Sisters).
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim simpson View Post
    Haven't posted anything in a while. Here's Lauren Price Napier (from the Price Sisters).
    Can't seem to link the image itself here, but if you scroll down in this article to the album cover of the Price Sisters, with Lauren and her twin sister holding their instruments ... well, there's just a lot to like about that picture.

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    Sisters Amelia “Amy” (1835-1929) and Louisa “Lou” (1826-1902) Van Vleck were music teachers at Salem Academy and College in Winston-Salem, NC. Amy taught for 50 years (1859-1909) and Lou taught for 51 years (1851-1902).

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck3 View Post
    Can't seem to link the image itself here, but if you scroll down in this article to the album cover of the Price Sisters, with Lauren and her twin sister holding their instruments ... well, there's just a lot to like about that picture.

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    Probably already posted, but it got me to thinking about what the mandolin symbolized in those days.
    Five string?

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    How has this thread gone 114 pages without a single picture of AJ Lee? C'mon there's gotta be at least one AJ fan here?
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    AJ fan here my friend! Love her stuff with the Tuttle gal "Molly" Like that tune, Oh mandolin! Very haunting in a pleasing way.

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    Yeah, oh mandolin was great, one of my favorites is AJ, Molly, and Angelica Grim-Doerfel singing wait a minute
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnar View Post
    How has this thread gone 114 pages without a single picture of AJ Lee? C'mon there's gotta be at least one AJ fan here?
    OK, probably because she wasn't born when this thread was started but three, count em, three of you have posted about her without posting an image. A simple Google search turns up a whole lot of pictures. Rather than complain that she isn't here perhaps simply post a picture. That is what this thread is for. Don't wait for someone else to do it. Carry on.
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    Nay, alas I know not with what method a photograph may be added. But she's twenty one now, so she was probably already playing when the thread started. I'll try to add a video
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    Ok, I'll add a link to a video, if someone with the know how can imbed it that'd be great
    https://youtu.be/Y2pAlpcFtTc
    Mandolin: Kentucky KM150
    Other instruments: way too many, and yet, not nearly enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnar View Post
    Ok, I'll add a link to a video, if someone with the know how can imbed it that'd be great
    https://youtu.be/Y2pAlpcFtTc
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    Ok, let's see if this works
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    Mandolin: Kentucky KM150
    Other instruments: way too many, and yet, not nearly enough.

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    Hey, it works! Thanks for the education Mike!
    Mandolin: Kentucky KM150
    Other instruments: way too many, and yet, not nearly enough.

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    Perfect. Now we're ready for the next fourteen years of this thread.
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    Really - my last try, in case you caught my other 2 upside down bloopers. They're all great pics. Judith
    I love seeing historical documents about women of color playing music - it's super cool!

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    Mandolin: Kentucky KM150
    Other instruments: way too many, and yet, not nearly enough.

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    Nancy Wilson rocking a mandolin on a cover of a Yes song. Got to see them recently and they played this song.

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    While watching the wonderful Ken Burns-directed doxumentary "Country Music," I saw a photo of June Carter posing with her sisters Ellen and Anita, in which she was holding a mandolin. I'd never heard a word about her playing a mandolin. I did a little poking around on the interweb and found the photo. Perhaps someone with better research skills than mine can find out if she played mandolin, maybe even recorded playing it.

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    Here's the whole gang.

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    L. to R.: Maybelle Carter's brother, Hugh Jack "Doc" Addington (fiddle/guitar), A.P. Carter's sister, Sylvia Carter (autoharp), "Mother" Maybelle Addington Carter (guitar), Maybelle's 2nd cousin, Carl P. McConnell (banjo), Anita Carter, June Carter (mandolin), Helen Carter (guitar). WRNL RADIO. 1940's
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