Wilson’s Hornpipe is a fun Old-Timey tune that I learned from Bob Zuellig at the Wednesday Night Avo’s Jam a while back. I really enjoy playing the high harmony to it, which you will hear me play in this recording. It looks like the oldest known recording of this was made by Clark Kessinger, who […]
When I first learned Black and White Rag, it was off of the 4 World Champion Fiddlers album that featured Jim “Texas Shorty” Chancellor, Mark O’Connor, Terry Morris, and Benny Thomas. Terry was the one that played Black and White, and I still think love the endings he put on the A Part (2 of […]
After playing our fiddle tune a day at Cafe Bluebird, Robert and I did a quick recording of one of his original tunes, Mockingbird.
Forked Deer is a great tune, that I always enjoy playing with Brent Hawley. I originally learned it off of a Buddy Spicher recording where he announced the tune saying, “Look at the rack on that deer!”
When I was a kid, my dad made me play Boil the Cabbage until I hated the tune. Later on, I heard Dick Barrett play it and couldn’t believe it was the same time. I soon got a hold of a recording of Major Franklin playing Boil them Cabbage, and picked it up, and absolutely […]
This is my latest recording of Orange Blossom Special. The audio quality is much better than the previous one I posted. I hope you enjoy this video of me (Vi Wickam) on Fiddle with Richard Kelley on Guitar. Posted via email from Vi Wickam’s posterous