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In my 50 years of making music with my late wife Aina Jo, we probably knew about 1000 songs -- we sort of kept 400 "ready for action."  We were jammers -- a lot of bluegrass but other stuff too.  Not surprisingly, we had our favorites.  One I really liked was our version of BILLY GREY, the Norman Blake song.  It is a long ballet and thus not very useful for either jamming or performance.  In the last 15 years, we made a lot of videos (2000 or so)-- many for practice to see what we sounded like.  Since Aina Jo passed, I am so glad I have that stuff -- they say jammed music is the only art form that is gone as soon as it is created.

Well I thought I had no practice versions of BILLY GREY.  But then oddly one popped up.  And it involves an old iconic Gibson -- 1935 Roy Smeck Radio Grande.  Here it is.



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