6.27.2016 Recorded in 1928 by the Carter Family and featured in the 2000 motion picture O Brother, Where Art Thou? sung by The Whites, Keep On the Sunny Side is a classic country / bluegrass song. You get a banjo tab for playing in the Key of G (and you can use a capo to also play in the Keys of A, Bb and B) and a tab for playing in the C chord position (you can use a capo to also play in the Keys of D, E and F). So, no matter where the singer wants to place the song, you can play a break. The tab comes with full verse and full chorus breaks for each Key. Have fun picking this popular song at your next jam! Tab by Tom Adams.
6.20.2016 Full Verse Breaks and Chorus Breaks in both Open G position and D position for Doc Watson's classic Greenville Trestle High. Tom Adams has tabbed out the banjo breaks in different Keys so that you can either play along with the original Doc Watson recording or you can play the song in the Key of G, using the familiar Open G Tuning (gDGBD). Based on Doc's recording of Greenville Trestle High on the album "Riding The Midnight Train" and played at 93 bpm. Includes the lyrics so you can follow along and match where you are in your banjo solo with the words to the song as sung by Doc Watson. By playing these tabs and using a capo, you can place this song in any Key required by the singer in your group or jam!
75-minute DVD comes with 80 pages of tablature and descriptive notes
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Select Mahogany neck with modified Wreath pattern
Memphis Belle Flat Head Tone Ring; 3-Ply Canadian Maple rim
Nickel Plated Hardware; Rosewood fingerboard
First full album with Tom Adams on banjo since 2004
Powerful vocals from Linda and David Lay
Classic JMB rhythm section w/David McLaughlin and Marshall Wilborn
Born in Gettysburg PA, Tom began playing the banjo at age ten. First gaining national recognition as the banjo player for Jimmy Martin & the Sunny Mountain Boys, Tom now plays banjo with Linda Lay and guitar with Bill Emerson.