Dittyville: Carl Jones old time musician and songwriter

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  • Jedidiah tipped $10!
  • wayfarin: Howdy Carl!
  • Chuck: Hey, Carl, good to see you!
  • ruari-mclennan: Yum...
  • konabean: possum?? oh yikes
  • Bluefiddle: No possums were harmed in this old-time music workshop
  • Bluefiddle: Ruari - you win the possum!!! I'll bring it to you in BC this summer :)
  • ruari-mclennan: Uh.. um.. thanks! No, really... I mean it!
  • ruari-mclennan: Carl can we get a slowdown of those bluesy notes?
  • Bluefiddle: No real possum in there lol!
  • DianeOvercash: I'm having issues with my internet connection. Will there be a video I can connect to/download later?
  • Bluefiddle: Hi Diane, There will be a short review video of us playing the tune on You tube but not a whole video of the lesson. Try refreshing. Hope you get it working.
  • ruari-mclennan: got it, thanks!
  • konabean: yes to chord chart please :) rynnlamb@gmail.com
  • wayfarin: dulcinut@ptd.net
  • Strattonh bought reward: "Carl's Old Time Mandolin Tunes & Tips Instructional DVD mailed to you (US only)."
  • Strattonh: Looks lovely in Galax
  • konabean: there must be nothing more wonderful than a calico jam...
  • Strattonh: The best drunken , late night fiddle tune ever
  • Strattonh: From John Hatcher. CD American Fiddle Tunes. Originally Library of Congress LP (1971). Later Rounder Rec. 18964-1518-2 Edited by Alan Jabbour
  • wayfarin bought reward: "Any CD of Erynn's & Carl's mailed to you (US Only, Shipping included)."
  • ruari-mclennan: chord chart to ruari.mclennan@gmail.com please.
  • Strattonh: Ha. Buffalo Gals, by John Hatcher is on Library of Congress/Rounder CD 3719. All 46 seconds of the song !
  • ruari-mclennan: Yippee!
  • konabean: thank you so much Carl. this focus on A was tremendously helpful. Feel like I'm FINALLY getting more comfy with the transitions and baselines! Lots that I didn't even try, but great to see the possibilities... -Rynn
  • konabean: And even better, to be able to show up in my pajamas, lol. Can't get much better than this!
  • ruari-mclennan: Thanks, Carl!
  • wayfarin: Thank you all kindly... great session... always something to learn
  • Bluefiddle: www.dittyville.com
  • Bluefiddle: carljonesdittyville@yahoo.com
  • Bluefiddle: everybody!
  • Bluefiddle: Thanks
  • jimp6797 bought reward: "Digital Download of Carl's Traveling Star original songs CD! Available to Anyone Anywhere!"
  • jimp6797: This is great. Better than just getting the straight melody
  • jimp6797: The tempo is just right
  • jimp6797: Thanks for doing this on a Saturday instead of Sunday
  • louheerten: having technical problems here Carl is frozen in time even after multiple F5 refresh cycles
  • louheerten: Got it now.
  • Bakerlady58: Hey Carl- could you just go over timing in A part once?
  • Bakerlady58: Thanks! See ya in Tennessee...
  • atleson: Excellent teaching as always Carl. i know that behind that seeming effortless presentation goes, first, a lot of thought, and, especially, a lot of work during as you are thinking of what you just said or coming next while watching the time. Fun!

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Carl Jones is an American songwriter that is widely respected for his instrumental talents and original songs about the joys and tribulations of day-to-day life in the South. His songs have been recorded by The Nashville Bluegrass Band, Kate Campbell, Rickie Simpkins with Tony Rice, and others. His song Last Time On The Road was on the grammy-award-winning album Unleashed by the Nashville... more

Carl Jones is an American songwriter that is widely respected for his instrumental talents and original songs about the joys and tribulations of day-to-day life in the South. His songs have been recorded by The Nashville Bluegrass Band, Kate Campbell, Rickie Simpkins with Tony Rice, and others. His song Last Time On The Road was on the grammy-award-winning album Unleashed by the Nashville Bluegrass Band. Originally born in Macon, Georgia, Carl currently lives in Galax, Virginia with wife and musical partner - fiddler, Erynn Marshall. In the 1980’s he played mandolin with James Bryan, Norman and Nancy Blake as part of the Rising Fawn String Ensemble and during the same period won 3rd place and a guitar in the fingerpick-guitar category at Winfield, KS. Carl later toured with Beverly Smith and has recorded many CD's including Traveling Star featuring his original songs and a 2015 duet album Sweet Memories Never Leave with Erynn Marshall which has received great reviews. Carl is known for his keen sense of humor and as a charismatic teacher. Carl has performed or taught all over the United States, Canada and Europe. For more information please visit: www.dittyville.com

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