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    Cindy Geija from the Cindy G Bluegrass Band. I knew her when
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    Sorry, don't have time to scroll through 72 pages. I'm quite sure I'd find Eva Holbrook already listed. But this lovely woman is an incredibly talented player - and her rendition of Tuscany is just heavenly, could listen to her play all day and night.


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    This woman probably plays the mandolin like this too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mandolin breeze View Post
    Sorry, don't have time to scroll through 72 pages. I'm quite sure I'd find Eva Holbrook already listed. But this lovely woman is an incredibly talented player - and her rendition of Tuscany is just heavenly, could listen to her play all day and night.

    I have been a fan of Eva and this video for years. Even played it for my daughter who is a classical flute player. Love this.
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    the Wilders are one my favorite bands ever. Betse is a Winfield legend!
    It doesn't matter . . . I'm going to WINFIELD!!!!!

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    I like those colours!
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    That's probably a gittern. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gittern
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    Not mandolins, but they are women.
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    I think the mandolinist is Leanne Thorose, and Charlotte Carrivick is on guitar, she's been on this thread before too
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    And here's Cara Oliphant on mandolin, also a great band in general
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    “ Girls with Mandolins.... “ oh wait a minute, that was guitars wasn’t it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnar View Post
    I think the mandolinist is Leanne Thorose, and Charlotte Carrivick is on guitar, she's been on this thread before too
    Did she make that mandolin? I think the headstock says Thorose.

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    "It doesn't matter how much you invest in your instrument until you invest in you and your ability..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Garber View Post
    Did she make that mandolin? I think the headstock says Thorose.

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    That's a good find! Her father, Ced Thorose, seems to be a luthier. You can find him on LinkedIn. A very musical family, it seems! Here's a video of them playing at home:


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    Forgive my ignorance, but who is the woman in post #2865?

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    Mike - it’s a young Sierra Hull.

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    Mike - it’s a young Sierra Hull.
    Nah...this is a young Sierra Hull


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    Ahhh, Sierra Hull - for some reason, it completely eluded me. Funny, but when I did a Google search for pictures of Sierra to draw a comparison, there was #2865 in the top mix of photos.

    Still getting used to this whole newfangled internet thing . . . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeZito View Post

    Still getting used to this whole newfangled internet thing . . . . .
    Don't work too hard at getting used to it, Mike. This whole inter-whatever thing is just a passing fad. It'll never catch on.
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    Violet Pearl, the mandolinist who ran away and joined the circus ...

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    Performer and teacher Erin Woolf:

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    More info about her? Sounds like a great story.
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