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Deering Raises Over $25,000 for Charity

2013 Deering Charity BanjosThe Deering Banjo Company raised $25,777.68 for charity this summer through the auctioning off of one of a kind Deering Goodtime Gentlemen of the Road banjos signed by Mumford and Sons. A different banjo was made for each Gentlemen of the Road Stopover date. There were five banjos in total, each bearing the location’s name as well as signatures from all four members of the band.
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Deering New Traditions Gallery Opening at the American Banjo Museum

American Banjo MuseumDeering Banjos announced in an article by David Bandrowski that an exciting free program of musical concerts, demonstrations, banjo instruction, jamming and special guest appearances have been organized for the folks who will have the opportunity to visit the launching of the Deering New Traditions Gallery opening at the American Banjo Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on September 8th. As a special treat, the Deering Banjo Bus, part of the current Mumford and Sons Gentleman of the Road tour will be parked outside the museum on that day as well. The New Traditions Gallery, sponsored by Deering, is focused on the rebirth of the five-string banjo in post WWII America. While the festivities are mainly concentrated on that Sunday, the museum is open free to the public on Friday and Saturday, September 6 and 7.

Look Out for the Deering Banjo Bus

Deering Banjo BusSpring Valley, CA -- Look out for the Deering Banjo Bus on the road this summer as it travels to events across the country. Get ready to talk about the #banjobus! The UK and Europe’s award winning Banjo specialist shop Eagle Music are said to be delighted with the prestigious invitation by Mumford & Sons to unlock the secrets of the banjo to their fans.

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