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Banjo Maestro Ned Luberecki Releases “Take Five”

Ned Luberecki - Take FiveNashville, TN -- Ned Luberecki's new album, Take Five, is independently released TODAY, March 31, 2017. A master of his instrument and adept in multiple styles Ned recorded at The Rec Room, Ben Surratt's studio in East Nashville this self produced, the 14-track album is a mix of originals and covers and clocks in at just under 45 minutes.

Chris Jones & The Night Drivers Welcome Banjoist Gina Clowes

Gina ClowesNashville, TN -- Chris Jones & The Night Drivers welcome the band’s newest member, banjo player Gina Clowes, who will make her debut alongside current members Jones, Mark Stoffel (mandolin) and Jon Weisberger (bass) at the World Famous Station Inn in Nashville, TN, on February 19th. She will fill the spot held by Ned Luberecki who announced his amicable departure from the band on January 15th.

New Single Release by Alan Tompkins - 'The World Is Not My Home'

 The World Is Not My HomeBluegrass multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, radio host, and festival promoter Alan Tompkins is proud to announce the April 17, 2012 single release, “This World Is Not My Home” from his upcoming solo album No Part of Nothin'. The track features Alan on vocals with Deryl Dodd singing harmony, as well as Randy Kohrs on resophonic guitar, Ned Luberecki on banjo, Stephen Mougin on guitar, Gerald Jones on mandolin, and Mike Bub slapping the upright bass. The new single is available for digital purchase at AlanTompkins.com and free to radio at airplaydirect.com/alantompkins.

Banjo Player Ryan Cavanaugh Wants to Fuse Bluegrass and Jazz

Banjo Newsletter Aug 2011Chilmark, MA -- Ranked by many as one the most technically proficient banjo players in the world, Ryan Cavanaugh plays jazz flavored by bluegrass, and bluegrass tinged with jazz. Cavanaugh entered the jazz world in 2006 with the help of jazz guitar legend John McLaughlin, who introduced him to acclaimed jazz saxophonist (and Miles Davis alumni) Bill Evans. Cavanaugh spent the next five years touring with Evans's jazz group around the world. Prior to that, Cavanaugh was a bluegrass banjo champion at the Merlefest, Rockygrass, and Renofest banjo contests. Ryan is interviewed in the August issue of the Banjo Newsletter by banjo player, teacher, and on-air personality Ned Luberecki.

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