I had a really fun night last evening playing Bluegrass classics with a bunch of friends of mine at a jam session here in Tennessee.
Here’s the tunes I can remember us all pickin’. (Some are probably not Bluegrass in the strictest sense, but we made ‘um sound that-a-way):
Big Mon, Bill Cheatum, Monroe’s Hornpipe, Dry and Dusty, Brown County Breakdown, Red-Haired Boy, Growling Old Man and Growling Old Woman, Pike County Breakdown, Laughing Boy, Missouri Road, Windy City Rag, Indian Killed a Woodcock, Dance With Me Kenny, Shiloh March, Dixie Hoedown, Whiskey Before Breakfast, Hamilton County Breakdown, Carolina Mountain Rag, Smokey Mountain Rag, Billy in the Low Ground, Blue Mountain Waltz, Yellow Rose of Texas, Long Bow, Scotland, Panhandle Rag, Boston Boy and a whole bunch of others.
That sounds like fun. I miss jamming…having people to jam with. It makes a really fun time when you can connect with the crowd and just have fun playing, doesn’t it? Even better if there is a pot of coffee nearby…lol…just my opinion. Glad you enjoyed it, Fred. What a great way to enjoy a Friday evening! You’ll have to video some of those sessions one of these days!