You Can be a FiddleStar

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

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Just a reminder that you can get all of the previous months’ Bluegrass Skill Builder Classes at www.FiddleStar.com. They’re $70 for a whole month’s worth - 4 hour-long workshops full of licks, solos, tunes, and helpful warmups and exercises. I’ve just added November’s classes (in additions to August, September, and October) which are actually two from November and two from December because I was sick in the middle and things got all cattywompus. But it’s fine. I just want you to have awesome bluegrass fiddle things to practice, along with me, no matter what the calendar says.

#fiddle #fiddlestar #bluegrass #bluegrassfiddle #oldhomeplace #fireballmail

(at Fiddlestar Camps)
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Today’s Updates: Gift cards for fiddle lessons and workshops (or even merchandise!) available now at www.FiddleStar.com. These make perfect last minute gifts for your fiddling loved ones because they can be delivered instantly. Oh! And registration is now open for the @adamschlenker Time to Level Up flatpicking workshop through www.nashvilleacousticcamps.com. Most importantly, Lester got his hair cut today and he wanted you to see that so he demanded to be in the video.

#fiddle #fiddlestar #fiddlelessons #flatpicking #bluegrass #oldtime #nashvilleacousticcamps #shihtzu #lesterpawfus (at Fiddlestar Camps)
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 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...