For your fun.
Very interesting to see Rob in 1991.
He did a great job. Pity only few people were listening.
Why is he always in tune always and always and always, even in the younger days ? ah ah ah.
This is great news for both Blue Highway and Gaven Largent! Gaven has been a regular at previous Resosummits, where he has impressed me with his speed and skill. I look forward to seeing what they'll all do together.
What a great Resosummit! 15 teachers, 113 students, three nights of high quality concerts at the Station Inn, a visit from Jerry Douglas, and much more!
About 44 people were attending for the first time, with people from places as far away as New Zealand, Israel and Canada. Every kind of resonator guitar you could think of was represented. I'd say the largest number of guitars I saw people playing were Scheerhorns, but Beards are catching up quickly.
Both Tim Scheerhorn and Paul Beard (and Howard Parker) spent the entire time upgrading, setting up guitars, installing pickups, etc. in addition to hosting classes on how to set up and maintain your instrument.
WIth such an amazing lineup, there are always regrets. I didn't get to take classes from Randy Kohrs, Jimmy Heffernan or Mike Witcher this time.read more »
Rob and Trey Interview on Radio WSM 650 - Today (2/11) 9:15 AM CST - Free Streaming
Rob & Trey & Friends - Station Inn Sessions - WSM 650 - Tomorrow (2/12) 5-7PM CST - Free Live Streaming
If you are in the Nashville area on Feb 18th & 19th:
Rob & Trey & Friends - Station Inn - February 18th, 9PM
Three Ring Circle - Station Inn - February 19th, 9PM