You Can be a FiddleStar

I post things about fiddling. And how we can all be better at it.

Posted 246 weeks ago

A very influential artist covering a very influential song. 10 years since his death, both his music and this song have meant so much to me over the years.

Posted 247 weeks ago

Had you forgotten about this tune? Perish the thought! Go relearn it right now and let’s play it in our next jam. Classic.

Posted 247 weeks ago
<p>3 generations of Vols fans #rockytop  (at Neyland Stadium)</p>

3 generations of Vols fans #rockytop (at Neyland Stadium)

Posted 247 weeks ago
<p>#rockytop (at Neyland Stadium)</p>

#rockytop (at Neyland Stadium)

Posted 247 weeks ago
<p>#todaysview #govols #bigorange</p>

#todaysview #govols #bigorange

Posted 247 weeks ago
<p>Also, good morning from #rickyskaggs and #robryan #separatedatbirth</p>

Also, good morning from #rickyskaggs and #robryan #separatedatbirth

Posted 248 weeks ago
<p>Good morning from #myboys #bostonterrier #bostonterriercult #sirwinstoncup (at Lynch Chowning Music Camp Headquarters)</p>

Good morning from #myboys #bostonterrier #bostonterriercult #sirwinstoncup (at Lynch Chowning Music Camp Headquarters)

Posted 248 weeks ago
<p>My student Tori, from MO, enters her first fiddle contest. I love this girl! #skypelessons #fiddlestar #bravegirl (at Lynch Chowning Music Camp Headquarters)</p>

My student Tori, from MO, enters her first fiddle contest. I love this girl! #skypelessons #fiddlestar #bravegirl (at Lynch Chowning Music Camp Headquarters)

Posted 248 weeks ago
<p>Our house, newly green and oatmeal #freshstart #vinylsidingisforwinners (at Lynch Chowning Music Camp Headquarters)</p>

Our house, newly green and oatmeal #freshstart #vinylsidingisforwinners (at Lynch Chowning Music Camp Headquarters)

Posted 248 weeks ago

 1/25/13
I am excited to embark on a new chapter of my working life - I recently gave my notice to the Pam Tillis organization and will no longer be touring with her or Lorrie Morgan (on their awesome Grits and Glamour Tour). I must admit, I'm sad to be leaving. It's been an incredible four years and I have learned so much. Thanks to Pam, her amazing husband/manager Matt Spicher, and my bandmates, especially the lovely and talented Mary Sue Englund, with whom I spent more time over the last few years than I did with my husband. And I wouldn't trade a minute of it...