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Tickets on Sale for ‘Banjo 12’ – Deering Kruger Eagle UK Banjo Event

It’s now 12 …High Noon folks! …We are delighted to announce that tickets are now on sale for our ‘Banjo 12’ event that will take place at the North Light Gallery Huddersfield, May 11th 2019

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Join us along with Greg and Janet Deering, Jamie Deering, Kruger Brothers and a host of musicians to celebrate

Eagle Music’s twelve amazing years as the Worlds greatest banjo supplier and master dealership.

A day of on-stage performances, workshops and picking sessions all topped off with an evening showcase concert with The Kruger Brothers and support artists!

Please Note: Please buy your tickets early to avoid disappointment …Previous events have all been ‘sold out’! Limited places.

A full list of artists and timetable will be announced nearer the event date.

Bring it on!

Steve, Rachel and the Eagle Music Team, October 2018

Greg Janet and Jamie Deering with the Kruger Brothers

 

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Gift Vouchers from Eagle Music

Start shopping nice and early for Christmas 2018 folks!

Take the strain out of choosing a gift for your friends and loved ones and give an ‘Eagle Music Gift Voucher’ …Buy the value that you want at the time of your order.
• From £10.00
The Eagle Music Shop gift voucher is a brilliant gift to give to your musical friends and loved ones for Christmas, Birthday or that special occasion. The gift voucher can be used at any time at Eagle Music in the shop, by post or over the telephone. This gift idea takes out the problem of buying the ‘wrong’ musical gift! The value can be added to by the user at the time of ‘spending’ the voucher. Please use the drop-down options to buy your gift voucher. We write in the value and sign your gift voucher before sending it to you by FIRST CLASS UK FREE POST

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Deering Goodtime Six String ‘Guitar Banjos’ in stock

In Stock and ready to ship worldwide. The Goodtime Six is a 6 string, steel string banjo, that tunes like a guitar and features a fast, sleek, and comfortable guitar style neck that feels like an old friend. The Goodtime Six harnesses Deering’s 41 years of banjo know how to put a much needed quality American made 6 string banjo within reach of any guitarist looking to add an authentic banjo sound to their arsenal without breaking the bank.

The Goodtime 6 features an 11” 3-ply violin grade maple rim with a frosted top head for a traditional banjo snap.

Here is a link to our website:

https://www.eaglemusicshop.com/prod/6-string-guitar-banjos/Deering-Goodtime-6-String-Banjitar.htm

 

 

Eagle-Puretone Long Neck Banjo Strings

Now available for ‘Long Neck Banjos’ Eagle-Puretone ‘Long Neck Banjo Strings’ loop ended in plain and nickel wound 120 cm long.

Here is the link to our website:

https://www.eaglemusicshop.com/search.asp?q=long+neck+banjo+strings

Custom gauged sets are also available to order …Please call us on 01484 661460 to order

Eagle-Puretone long neck banjo

Deering 11 Years Award to Eagle Music …

A big sincere hearty ‘Thank You’ to Greg, Janet and Jamie Deering for travelling all the way from San Diego, California, USA to be with us at our ‘Banjo 11’ Anniversary event to celebrate Eagle Music’s amazing eleven consecutive years as the #1 world dealership for Deering Banjos.

Deering present eagle Mussic with plaque at banjo 11

We were delighted to receive the beautiful carved maple plaque that was presented to Eagle Music at the interval of the Kruger Brothers evening concert …Also the four string ‘Irish Tuned’ Goodtime ‘Mandoline’ Banjo that was presented to our founder Steve Noon.

Deering present Steve Noon with uke banjo at Banjo 11

 

‘Thank You’ Greg, Janet and Jamie …for the continued supply of the finest quality world class banjos, which makes it possible for Eagle Music to make magic daily with our delighted customers! …Here’s to many more years working together for the magic of the banjo.

Deering Banjos Award to Eagle Music

A big sincere hearty ‘Thank You’ to Greg, Janet and Jamie Deering for travelling all the way from San Diego, California, USA to be with us at our ‘Banjo 11’ Anniversary event to celebrate Eagle Music’s amazing eleven consecutive years as the #1 world dealership for Deering Banjos.

Deering present eagle Mussic with plaque at banjo 11

We were delighted to receive the beautiful carved maple plaque that was presented to Eagle Music at the interval of the Kruger Brothers evening concert …Also the four string Goodtime ‘Mandoline’ Banjo that was presented to Steve Noon.

Deering present Steve Noon with uke banjo at Banjo 11

‘Thank You’ Greg, Janet and Jamie …for the continued supply of the finest quality world class banjos, which makes it possible for Eagle music to make magic daily with our delighted customers! …Here’s to many more years working together for the magic of the banjo.

Raffle Prize Winners at Banjo 11

 

 

Banjo 11 Update – Jan 20th – News – Artists – The Banjo Event of The Year 2018

The Banjo Event of The Year at Eagle Music ‘Banjo 11’ February 24th 2018

Dear Friends, here is our ‘Banjo 11’ latest update,  Things are really hotting up here at Eagle Music for our 2018 Banjo 11 celebrations, here is a brief outline of the arrangement for the day. Don’t miss out !!!     TIMETABLE TO FOLLOW

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* Your ticket will be on the door when you arrive … just give your name at the door*

Banjo 11 artists Poster

Join us to celebrate Eagle Music’s 11th consecutive year as the #1 world dealership for the Deering Banjo Company, USA.

What’s happening?
A fantastic day of banjo workshops, on-stage banjo presentations, jamming sessions and world class performances from some of the world’s most respected players in the banjo world. The all-day event will be packed with a fusion of world class music including the best of American and Irish topped off with an evening concert from the awesome Kruger Brothers, supported by Angelina Carberry, Dan Brouder & Brian Mooney with special guest Brian McGrath

When and Where is it Happening?
Saturday February 24th 2018 at The North Light Gallery (behind Eagle Music Shop), Brooke’s Mill, Armitage Bridge, Huddersfield, HD4 7NR

Who will be there?
The Deering Family – The World’s #1 Banjo Makers along with the awesome Kruger Brothers – Jens Kruger 5-string banjo virtuoso, Uwe Kruger guitar/vocals master, Joel Landsberg bass virtuoso, Angelina Carberry Irish tenor banjo virtuoso & Dan Brouder Button Accordion wizard, Brian Mooney bouzouki / tenor banjo master, Brian McGrath virtuoso tenor banjo, mandolin and piano keybord master, Jonny Hulme 5-String banjo ace, and much more fun and world class banjo music throughout the day!!! Special guests: Howard ‘Shep’ Shepherd, Pat Kelleher, Bill Forster, Joe ‘The old Grey Dog’ Mac, Dave Teague BBMA and so much more!

Meet the Makers:
Interact throughout the day with the world’s master banjo makers …Greg, Janet and Jamie Deering, The Deering Banjo Co, USA

Meet the Teachers:
Angelina Carberry – Irish Tenor Banjo – Private room group workshop (Ticket entrance)
Jonny Hulme – 5-string banjo melodic and Celtic styles – On-stage workshop
Matt Chaffer – On-Stage Demonstration and Explanation of the Different Types of Banjo and differing Banjo Styles

Kruger Brothers – On-stage afternoon performance workshop

The Evening Concert Artists:
Kruger Brothers
Concert support Artists: Angelina Carberry, Dan Brouder & Brian Mooney with Brian McGrath

Guests of Honour:
Greg, Janet and Jamie Deering will be here with us throughout the day to celebrate with us.

Greg will be giving advice and working as always on your banjo set-ups throughout the day!

Greg Deering Banjo Set up

The Evening Proceedings:
The Kruger Brothers in Concert … with Jens Kruger, Uwe Kruger and Joel Landsberg

Kruger Brothers

Support Artists: Angelina Carberry, Dan Brouder & Brian Mooney with Brian McGrath

Angelina Carberry & Dan Brouder accompanied by Brian Mooney

Brian McGrath: Will perform with Angelina Carberry, Dan Brouder & Brian Mooney

The evening will also include:

‘Eagle Music’s Customer of the Year presentation’ – It could be you in 2018?

Eagle customer of the year tom jenkins

Rachel reads out last year’s ‘Customer of the Year’ presentation to Tom Jenkins at our Banjo 10 celebration

The Eagle Music Yearly Raffle Draw: …Amazing musical instrument prizes sponsored by Eagle Music, Eastman Strings, Mainland Ukuleles and Tanglewood Guitars

The Afternoon Proceedings:

Meet the Makers:
Greg, Janet and Jamie Deering – Introductory welcome to the event

Kruger Brothers: On-Stage Performance Workshop
The awesome Kruger Brothers will talk us through ‘How they put their music together and perform it on stage’.

Kruger brothers on stage workshop

‘On Stage Video Jam’ with The Kruger Brothers: – Filmed for YouTube

Banjo 10 eagle Music group jam
Everyone is welcomed on stage to sing and play ‘The Wild Rover’ ‘G’, play ‘The Rakes of Mallow’
a little easy polka in the key of ‘G’ – from the film ‘The Quiet Man’
and Play  ‘The Star of Munster’ tune led by Jens Kruger.

Afternoon Banjo Workshops:

Angelina Carberry: Irish Tenor Banjo Workshop Masterclass – Improvers /Advanced- (Workshop Ticket Only)

Angleina Carberry banjo workshop
A much sought after, highly respected and accomplished Irish tenor banjo teacher. Angelina Carberry continues a long tradition of handed-down Irish traditional music within the Carberry family which goes back generations in County Longford, Ireland. Angelina is without question one of the finest Irish tenor banjo players that has graced modern times. Angelina has amazing technique and playing skills, solid rhythm, beautiful interpretation of the tune and subtle placement of musical ornaments within the tunes that she plays …all these qualities make Angelina’s playing so very special, Steve Noon, Eagle Music.

Join Angelina in this beginners / improvers workshop, and take this opportunity to have some of Angelina’s playing skills handed-down to you.

Jonny Hulme: On-Stage Banjo Workshop – An Introduction to Celtic Style Playing on the 5-String Banjo
Poster for Banjo 11 with the Deering Banjo Company and the Kruger Brothers
Jonny is highly regarded in the UK as one of the most experienced, versatile, and creative banjo players of the modern era, and those that have already caught Jonny at a concert or workshop will know what we’re talking about! Jonny has actively taught for over twenty years, and takes immense pride and joy in the process of communicating and getting across to his students, to the best of his ability, all that is involved in his playing style of 5-string banjo.

Matthew Chaffer: On-Stage Demonstration and Explanation of Differing Banjos and Banjo Styles
Banjo 11 Matt Chaffer

Matt is a key member of the  Eagle Music team and also a part time gigging musician.  Here Matt will demonstrate and explain the different types of banjos that are used for differing styles and genres of music …Matt will explain the differences ‘in banjo terms’ between Bluegrass, Clawhammer, Frailing, Jazz, Plectrum Banjo, Irish Tenor banjo and Ukulele banjo …and will be available throughout the day to answer any of your questions after the presentation.

CD Launch: ‘A Waltz for Joy’ – Angelina Carberry & Dan Brouder 
A special feature of the afternoon, will be the on-stage launch of ‘A Waltz for Joy’ the critically acclaimed ‘Banjo & Box’ CD by Irish Tenor Banjo virtuoso Angelina Carberry  and Button Accordion wizard Dan Brouder …Angelina and Dan will be accompanied by Brian McGrath & Brian Mooney.

A Waltz for Joy CD Launch Angelina Carberry and Dan Brouder Dan Brouder and Angelina Carberry CD a Waltz for Joy

“A collection of Gems” Frankie Gavin – “This is one of the best banjo and accordion duet recordings of all time”
Connie O’Connell –

The Deering ‘Erin’ Irish Tenor Banjo Launch:
The day will also see the launch of a brand-new range of ‘Erin’ Irish tenor banjos built by the Deering Banjo Company and exclusive to Eagle Music.

Click this link to see more ‘Erin’ Irish Tenor Banjos.

Erin Doolin Special Banjo deering erin Irish tenor banjo headstock

 

Special Guests at the event …

Howard: ‘Shep’ Shepherd: ‘Mr Plectrum Banjo’ recently celebrating fifty years of professional banjo playing! Howard ‘Shep’ will be with us on the day and be around to mingle with visitors, tell his amazing banjo stories and give advice where you may ask him for it!

Howard Shep Shepherd plectrum banjo master

Pat Kelleher: ‘Mr Long Neck Banjo’ will be here with us on the day, Pat will host a table  of  long neck banjo tuition material, CDs etc. Pat will be available to give visitors help and advice on Long Neck Banjo playing.

Pat Kelleher long neck lbanjo teacher

David Teague:  David will be here with us on the day to review the event for the BBMA magazine …David will also represent the BBMA (British Bluegrass Music Association) and host a table giving out free BBMA magazines, pens, stickers and, of course, membership application forms!

Dave Teague british bluegrass mUSIC ASSOCIATION

Continuing the theme of recent years, we welcome the return of Joe and Bill to run the picking sessions throughout the day

Joe Mac and Bill Forster picking sessions

Picking Sessions: Join Joe ‘The Old Grey Dog’ Mac’ and Bill Forster for jamming sessions throughout the day

Eagle Music’s ‘Special Celebration Discount Prices on The Day’.
The Eagle Music stall at the event will offer you the opportunity to browse what will be the largest selection of Deering Banjos ever to be displayed for public viewing in the world.

It will be a golden opportunity to personally meet and interact with some of the world’s greatest icons in the banjo and traditional music world.

We look forward to celebrating ‘Banjo 11’ with you.

Steve, Rachel and the Eagle Music Team.

Eaqle Music Team Banjo 11 logo

More details about the Artists that will be with us on the day:

A small Part of the Deering Banjos Story:
Greg Deering began learning woodworking from his father at the age of two by watching him build model airplanes. Growing up in San Diego, he received his first tools and tool box which he had carefully laid out in his wagon on his third birthday. Many of these tools he still has today. That is how important this was to him. It was a career in the making.

At the age of 13, Greg purchased his first banjo by investing pay from his paper route into a used banjo. He learned to play Kingston Trio songs on his banjo with his best friend Tom playing guitar.

Greg made his first banjo as an industrial arts major at San Diego State College. In 1970, at 19 years of age he joined other enterprising young college students at the American Dream Co-Op and began doing instrument repairs and building banjos. This co-op would become the birth place of at least four now world renowned instrument manufacturers – a true tribute to the concept of the American dream! The American dream became the theme of Greg’s life when he and Janet started the Deering Banjo Company in 1975 as a family business. Together they not only raised two children but built, piece by piece, the Deering banjo factory.

Today, over 40 years later, the Deering Banjo Company has seen many a milestone including the launch of the Goodtime Series in 1997, the relocation to a new 18,000 sq.ft. premises in 2001 and the launch of the Eagle II in 2009, a breakthrough in banjo tone with the development of the new Twenty-Ten™ tone ring.

In its young 41 year life, Deering has delivered the finest hand built American instruments to over 100,000 happy musicians and counting… one banjo at a time.

The Kruger Brothers:
Originally from Switzerland, where the trio first formed, Jens Krüger and Uwe Krüger later moved to Wilkes County, NC. The brothers began playing North American folk music at an early age and were particularly inspired by recordings of Doc Watson, Flatt and Scruggs, Bill Monroe, and other progenitors of country, bluegrass and folk music. Their first public performances were as a duo, busking on the streets of cities throughout eastern and western Europe. Later, after gaining a recording contract as well as a radio show on SRG SSR, the Swiss public broadcaster, they teamed up with bass player Joel Landsberg, inaugurating a trio that has been playing professionally together since 1995. Landsberg is an American citizen from New York, NY. The first recording project to include Landsberg was Behind the Barn, Vol. 2, which was released in 1997.

Today the group is highly regarded within the world of acoustic music in North America, in particular by those within the industry. They have also gained the attention of some of the musicians, including Bill Monroe, Doc Watson, Tut Taylor, and Bobby Hicks, that once served as models. Watson once remarked that, “The Kruger Brothers are just about as fine a band as I’ve ever played with. … I love to play music with them.”

Angelina Carberry:
Angelina Carberry continues a long tradition of handed-down Irish traditional music within the Carberry family which goes back generations in County Longford, Ireland. Angelina is without question one of the finest Irish tenor banjo players that has graced modern times. Angelina has amazing technique and playing skills, solid rhythm, beautiful interpretation of the tune and subtle placement of musical ornaments within the tunes that she plays …all these qualities make Angelina’s playing so very special. – Steve Noon, Eagle Music.

Angelina was born in Manchester in the late 70’s into a County Longford musical family steeped in traditional music. Starting on the tin whistle she later moved on to the tenor banjo following in the footsteps of her father Peter and Grandfather Kevin Carberry.

Angelina moved to Galway in the late 90’s where she recorded the highly acclaimed album ‘Memories from the Holla’ with her father Peter on accordion and John Blake on guitar and piano. Of this album Mairtin O’Connor said: “Simply a treasure to the ear and food for the soul”. Over the years, Angelina has developed a highly personal style with unique rhythmical characteristics. Her unmistakable banjo sound is captured on her solo 2005 CD, An Traidisún Beo, and 2014, Pluckin’ Mad reviewed by Daniel Neely of the New York Irish Echo, as ‘an album filled with enchanting music’.

Dan Brouder:
Dan Brouder is a well-respected exponent of the West Limerick accordion style from Monagae, a parish on the outskirts of Newcastle West. He learned his music in the surrounding parishes of Ardagh, Carrigkerry and Glin on the Sliabbh Luachra boundary from accordion player Donal de Barra, Athea Co.Limerick and from flute players Francis O’Connor and Donal O’Sullivan who learned their music from Peadlin Aherne, fiddle player and Pajo Gleesen flute player from the 1930’s and 40’s and whose styles are strongly bedded in West Limerick roots.

Dan Brouder & Angelina Carberry, New CD Album: ‘A Waltz for Joy’.
www.danbrouder.com
A Waltz for Joy is the first duet album from Accordion player Dan Brouder and Banjo player Angelina Carberry. Dan Brouder is a well-respected exponent of the West Limerick accordion style from Monagae, a parish on the outskirts of Newcastle West, Co. Limerick. Angelina Carberry, one of the most outstanding banjo players of her generation was born in Manchester into a musical family from Co. Longford steeped in traditional music.
A Waltz for Joy is a collection of old and new music, dating back to the 1860’s, collected and complied by Canon James Goodman from Dingle, Co. Kerry, called the Tunes of the Munster Pipers. Dan and Angelina have also included newly composed tunes from Charlie Lennon, Connie O’ Connell, Richard and John Dwyer Franke Gavin and Sean nos singer Nan Tom Taimin de Burca.
They are joined by Brian McGrath on Piano, John Blake, Guitar, Brian Mooney & Ruairi McGorman, Bouzouki’s, Johnny Ringo McDonagh Bodhran, James Blennerhassett, Bass, and Siri Snortheim, Cello.
“Cd adds to famous lineage. Angelina Carberry and Dan Brouder’s “Waltz for Joy” has made a special contribution to the long line of banjo/box combinations”.
Daniel Neely, Irish Echo New York

“This is an excellent recording showing two great musicians in their prime. The Flanagan Brothers made numerous recordings of accordion and banjo throughout the 1920s and Dan and Angelina carry on this tradition. They give the instruments a sweetness of sound that would not automatically be associated with accordion and banjo duets, while at the same time injecting something different into the pairing”
Rawbar, Online Traditional Irish Music Magazine

“A collection of Gems”
Frankie Gavin

“This is one of the best banjo and accordion duet recordings of all time”
Connie O’Connell

Brian McGrath:
Brian comes from Brookeborough, Co. Fermanagh, an area steeped in traditional music.

Brian’s first professional work was with Dervish. He then joined Four Men And A Dog and played on the award-winning album Barking Mad.
He moved his career on, accompanying Noel Hill, Paul Brock and Frankie Gavin, among others, before joining the Sean Keane Band as pianist.
Brian joined De Dannan where he stayed till the band broke up in 2003.

Brian now plays with At The Racket, and is much sought after as a session musician on piano, banjo and mandolin.
He has toured extensively, playing with all the biggest names in Irish traditional music, including Frankie Gavin, Noel Hill, John Carty, Matt Molloy, Paul Brock, Charlie Lennon, Joe Burke, Sean Maguire, Brian Rooney, Cathal Hayden, Joe Derrane, Arty McGlynn, Alec Finn, Alan Kelly, Angelina Carberry & Dan Brouder, Dolores Keane, Maura O’Connell, Tommy Fleming, Steve Cooney and Eleanor Shanley, as well as doing extensive TV and media work.

Brian’s Irish Tenor Banjo solo album  ‘Pure Banjo’ is much acclaimed in the traditional Irish music world, this excellent album also features Alec Finn, Arty McGlynn amongst others. Brian’s CD will be on sale at the Banjo 11 event.

Brian Mooney:
Brian Mooney originates from Brosna, Co. Kerry, an area steeped in Irish traditional music. He started learning the tin-whistle at the age of 6 and later progressed onto the banjo and bouzouki. Brian’s musical influences include Sliabh Luachra and West Limerick and later County Clare, where he lived and played regularly for a number of years.

Brian’s bouzouki accompaniment has featured on a number of albums over the past number of years. More recently Brian has been a member of the traditional group Caladh Nua and has toured America and Europe with the band.

Jonny Hulme:
Jonny is highly regarded in the UK as one of the most experienced, versatile, and creative banjo players of the modern era, and those that have already caught Jonny at a concert or workshop will know what we’re talking about! Jonny has actively taught for over twenty years, and takes immense pride and joy in the process of communicating and getting across to his students, to the best of his ability, all that is involved in his playing style of 5-string banjo

Coming from a non-musical family in south Manchester, out of the blue came an inspiration for Jonny to learn an ‘away from the norm’ instrument, and with his favourite band at the time being The Pogues, alongside fortunately having the natural ability to discern two particularly appealing sounding instruments from records, namely the banjo and mandola, he then decided to embark on the journey that has brought him to where he is today. He has enjoyed sharing the stage, recording with, and collaborating with some of world’s finest players over the years.

Jonny developed his playing style in the company of, and listening primarily to, musicians from both bluegrass and Celtic genres. The compositions he creates sit somewhere between these two musical feels.
Join Jonny for this fun and informative workshop, where he will talk you through and demonstrate his creative thinking & detailed techniques, in playing effective Celtic style tunes on 5-string. You can take away his examples, and have a crack at it yourself!

Handouts will be provided to visually aid understanding the content, and accompanying sound files will also be available to those that think they would be of benefit.

This workshop will be aimed at an easy to intermediate level of ability, with the only prerequisite being the basic ability to play ‘Scrugg’s style’ 3-finger picking rolls.

 

Kruger Brothers, Angelina Carberry & Dan Brouder at Banjo 11

‘Banjo 11’ 2018 Event With Deerings, Kruger Brothers, Angelina Carberry & Dan Brouder, Brian Mooney, Jamie Francis and so much more!

Dear Friends,
We are delighted to announce that the date has been finalised and tickets are now on sale for our ‘Banjo 11’ Celebration event on Saturday February 24th 2018 at The North Light Gallery (behind Eagle Music Shop), Brooke’s Mill, Armitage Bridge, Huddersfield, HD4 7NR.

Have you Booked Your Ticket ? Please Click Here For Availability

* Your ticket will be on the door when you arrive … just give your name at the door.

The all-day event will be packed with a fusion of world class music including the best of American and Irish, jam sessions, on-stage performances and demonstrations topped off with an evening concert from the awesome Kruger Brothers.

Join us along with Greg, Janet and Jamie Deering this year to celebrate Eagle Music’s 11th Anniversary as the number one world dealership for the Deering Banjo Company, USA. The event will also feature an amazing line up of world class musicians including the Kruger Brothers … Jens Kruger, Uwe Kruger and Joel Landsberg. Angelina Carberry and Dan Brouder with Brian Mooney, Jamie Francis and much more to be announced.

A special feature of the day will be an on-stage afternoon performance from Irish tenor banjo virtuoso Angelina Carberry partnered by button accordion wizard Dan Brouder and the UK launch of their critically acclaimed CD ‘a Waltz for Joy’ Angelina and Dan will be accompanied by Brian Mooney on bouzouki.

Angelina Carberry and Dan Brouder …

The day will also see the launch of a brand-new range of ‘Erin’ Irish tenor banjos built by the Deering Banjo Company and exclusive to Eagle Music.

The Eagle Music stall at the event will offer you the opportunity to browse what will be the largest selection of Deering Banjos ever to be displayed for public viewing in the world.

Our special guests, Greg, Janet and Jamie Deering will be here throughout the day to meet and greet everyone. Greg will be available as always to personally check out and adjust banjos.

 

.reg Janet and Jamie Deering

 

It will also be an opportunity to interact and personally meet the professional musicians of the day

Brian Mooney …

Jamie Francis …


We are working on the final arrangements and timetable – to be announced

 

Steve, Rachel and the Eagle Team.

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