When you listen to music, multiple areas of your brain become engaged and active. But when you actually play an instrument, that activity becomes more like a full-body brain workout.

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Tony Rice Unit at Mechanics Hall in Worcester, MA in April 1990

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good vibrations

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Jay DiBiasio’s Battuto

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Dirty Dan and the Nematodes !!

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Ry Cooder and the Chicken Skin Band play ‘He’ll Have To Go’

(written by by Joe and Audrey Allison) live at Shepherd’s Bush Television Theatre, London in 1977.

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David’s son, Jay, releases his first CD!

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what a way to kill the blues

Great song written by Rowland Salley, covered here by Chris Smither and played in open G.

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Is banjo heaven an oxymoron ??

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muse amuse a-maze amazing music (or one-buttock music)

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