You have to check out these 3 giants playing... you'll thank me.

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  1. Yossi

    Yossi Member

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    Tommy Emmanuel, Richard Smith and Jim Nichols at the
    Chet Atkins convention in Nashville, TN, July 2018.
    :banana:banana:banana:banana:band:dude:dude:dude




    Special bonus: Richard Smith:
     
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  2. Yossi

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    No comments? Come on. Is this not amazing?
     
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    We are lucky to have Richard Smith play small venues near me a couple of times a year. Always entertaining. He'll be here again in early October with Brent Mason. Should be a great "shoot out" for those two. Yikes.
     
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    Whoa, that was just what I needed today - thanks for that mate!

    The last third of Swing 42 was what really drove it home - having a spirited conversation with a couple of mates, using a language that dwarfs anything words might attempt to convey.

    Apologies to all the great poets and wordsmiths throughout history, but hey - this is music we're talkin' about here...
     
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    You might get more interest if you put the players' names in the thread title.
    I was expecting something like this:

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    Top 10 contender for worst drawing in the history of the internet.
     

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