A friend of mine shared this on Facebook last night. Such a stunningly beautiful song. In light of today, in light of our world problems, war, famine, refugees… I thought this song was fitting. Please enjoy.
If you want more information on this young woman:
Jackie Evancho – To Believe on iTunes:
Jackie Evancho on Amazon:
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Now here is a song I’d love to learn! Sara Jarosz does a Cat Stevens cover on Banjo. Wind of my soul. Enjoy peeps. I’m a fan.
I haven’t posted a video of Anita’s in a long time — She’s got a new one out and I love it. Anita Renfroe has some fashion advice for the ladies out there. All I can say is AMEN. There are just some things you cannot unsee.
Listen to the words. Oh my Gosh. Merry Christmas you guys!
I saw this on Facebook today. I think it’s brilliantly done.
Go to their YOUTUBE CHANNEL for more information about this team. WOW.
“There is music you never hear unless you play it yourself.”
― Marty Rubin
If I could sum up the feel that I go for when playing banjo, this picture would be it. It’s Neil Young, circa 1970’s playing sitting quietly under a tree.
People usually make fun of banjo. My thoughts are if Neil Young plays, it must be cool.
Having a broken leg has it’s advantages. I was so busy last year that practicing my banjo was usually an after thought. My teacher can probably attest to that. I’m pretty sure I annoyed the snot out of him many times by showing up without the songs memorized.
I’m presently on week 30 of my “12 week vacation” and I’ve found a lot of time to practice.
Today, I spend a whole lot of my day sitting and picking and learning and I love it.
I especially love the fact that I can pick up my banjo and create something that didn’t exist five minutes ago.
That is too cool.
I get so tired of the drama of social networking and want to walk away and then someone sends out a tweet and introduces me to a new artist and I think “yeah” this is cool.
I’ve never heard of Steve Moakler. I like his music. Nothing super complex and yet it’s not overly simple either. Pop it isn’t. Thought you’d like him as well.
You can find him on ITunes here: STEVE MOAKLER ITUNES
FCC DISCLAIMER: No goods or services have been received as a result of this recommendation. I read about Steve on Twitter, like him and thought my readers would as well.