• Here For The Music
  • tell me this, pal: why isn't everbody sittin' on a fence in the moonlight playin' a banjo?
    that's all i want to know.

    (Source: imisshowitwasbefore)

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    thejoeyleetaylor:

When sharing a story meant something else.

    thejoeyleetaylor:

    When sharing a story meant something else.

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    logankendell:

Just snugglin’ and banjolin’.  #thegoodlife

    logankendell:

    Just snugglin’ and banjolin’.  #thegoodlife

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    fromfirebyfire:

How could I not be taking advantage of this weather? #banjo (at Research Park)

    fromfirebyfire:

    How could I not be taking advantage of this weather? #banjo (at Research Park)

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    jmxwll:

    a man’s heart is his own

    and only he can break it

    i’d start all over alone

    if only i could take it

    (via leftonlauradarling)

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    debut solo album from willie watson: folk singer vol. 1

release: may 6, 2014.

    debut solo album from willie watson: folk singer vol. 1

    release: may 6, 2014.

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    youcantrytoswimthesea:

On The Road Again #ocms #avettbrothers

    youcantrytoswimthesea:

    On The Road Again #ocms #avettbrothers

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    my newest banjo case sticker ♡

    my newest banjo case sticker ♡

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    g-racefully:

Paris

    g-racefully:

    Paris

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    i am for this.

    i am for this.

    (Source: letspartybigfoot)

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    theoxfordamerican:


Hartford’s unconventional lyrics, droll singing, and the band’s playful arrangements introduced audiences to the idea that roots music didn’t have to feel like straitlaced museum pieces.
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John Hartford - multi-instrumentalist, clogging innovator, unsung hero of modern folk and bluegrass.  His song “Up on the Hill Where They Do the Boogie” is one of 50 free tracks included with our Tennessee Music Issue.
[Photo by Jon Henry]

    theoxfordamerican:

    Hartford’s unconventional lyrics, droll singing, and the band’s playful arrangements introduced audiences to the idea that roots music didn’t have to feel like straitlaced museum pieces.

    Read More…

    John Hartford - multi-instrumentalist, clogging innovator, unsung hero of modern folk and bluegrass.  His song “Up on the Hill Where They Do the Boogie” is one of 50 free tracks included with our Tennessee Music Issue.

    [Photo by Jon Henry]

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