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Old 04-18-2006, 11:46 PM   #21
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Man, that sounds awesome the old jam sessions in Europe. I'm going next year I'm hoping to take me guitar wid me would be sweet as. Anybody know what da music scene is over their, like is it easy to get gigs at pubs and shit? or will I have to stick to the old favourite busking. Anybody had any musical experiences in Europe?
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Old 05-02-2006, 06:05 AM   #22
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I'll be over in europe for july-september/oct. Not sure exactly where at any given time. I play some old timey banjo . I know, I know, banjo? but believe me it's a much nicer sound than that twangy, anoying bluegrass banjo. I might either be taking a gourd banjo or an old nylon string banjo circa 1880-1890 for a nice mellow sound. If anybody knows any old-time songs they'd like to jam on I'd be down. I'm actually a much better guitar player and play a super mean guitar. If someone would let me use there's for a song or 2, It'd be much appreciated.

We should try putting a musical T-punk meetup together.


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Old 05-03-2006, 03:04 PM   #23
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wow, i'm surprised at how many people here play harmonica. I play guitar and harmonica. I've been taking blues harmonica lessons at school and they've helped a ton. Can't wait to bring the harmonica with me on my trip to Ireland (May 24th - June 6th) and maybe meet other musicians.
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well
if you need a drummer or a dancing idiot, ill be keen for a jam . ill be in london from sep onward and im all so not to bad at playing the spoons. ha ha

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