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    Joshua Lopez

    I know this is a bit redundant but I think that the song’s title was misleading and people assumed this was an introduction. I arranged this for use with a loop pedal. Anyhow, any feedback would be great! Sorry about the clipping in the vocal track!

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    William Bickerstaff

    What a great tribute to one of the few fiddlin’ bluesmen. I can only name one other, “Papa John Creach”, who inspired the name I use on stage when I jam the blues… “Poppa Will” Bickerstaff. In the 20s and 30s there were fiddlers playing with the more famous guitarists but I never knew their names.

    I’ve had folks tell me… I’ve never heard of a blues fiddler. !!??!!??

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    That was really cool. Thanks for sharing with us. 🙂

    #10131 Reply


    OMG That was amazing! 😀

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    Joshua Lopez

    Hi Will!
    Have you ever heard of Lionel Young? He’s another violin Blues player worth checking out!

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    Celia Levy

    That was really good. I enjoyed watching you play. Keep up the good work!

    #10210 Reply

    Now that’s what I’m talking about! I love your sound! And I love your improvisational style. We’ve gotta jam sometime!

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    You looked so happy while playing! You should be proud-this was incredible and I almost got up and danced while watching (dangerous for me, lol!). Tell me about the looping pedal… What a great way to accompany yourself!

    #11672 Reply


    Bravo! That was awesome!

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    Chris Guleff

    WOW! Are you good!!! The blues is one of my favorite genres and you certainly know how to play the blues. Please don’t apologize for the vocals — not many string players sing while playing their instruments. What I really like is your enthusiasm and your smile. Keep up the good work!

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