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Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Volume 18, Number 1
Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, Volume 18, Number 1

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Welcome to the November/December 2013 edition of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine. This is Volume 18, Number 1 of the magazine and features Joey McKenzie of The Quebe Sisters Band on the cover and some of Joey's great Western swing back up. Additionally, we highlight Michael Daves who has recorded and toured in a duo with Chris Thile. Michael, originally from Atlanta, is now living in New York City. We also feature David Keenan a multi-instrumentalist from Seattle who was one of the flatpicking instructors at this summer's Steve Kaufman Acoustic Music Kamp. Of course, our regular contributors are also on board to provide you with some exercises and tunes to keep you busy in the coming months. Get those guitars out, its time to pick! We hope that everyone enjoys this issue!


   Joey McKenzie & Western Swing Rhythm
   Flatpick Profile: Michael Daves & “John Henry”
   Flatpicking Highlight: Dave Keenan & “Old Pie Cherry
   2013 National Flatpicking Championship


   “First of May” by Craig Vance
   Roots of Flatpicking - Lonnie Johnson: “Handful of Riffs” by Joe Carr
   Beginner’s Page: “Nellie Kane” by Dan Huckabee
   Kaufman’s Corner: “When You’re Smiling” by Steve Kaufman
   Taking It To The Next Level: “Silent Night” by John Carlini
   Nashville Flattop: Crosspicking Accents by Brad Davis
   “Ages and Ages Ago” by Kathy Barwick
   “John Hardy” by Orrin Starr
   “Whispering” by Dix Bruce
   “The Night Has A Thousand Eyes” by Mike Maddux
   Western Swing Comping by Jerry Carris
   Sharpening the Axe: The Power of the Etude by Jeff Troxel
   Flatpicking Fiddle Tunes: “Cattle in the Cane,” “Rabbit in a Pea Patch” &“Sheep & Hogs”, “Turkey in the Cotton Woods”   by Adam Granger
   Diversity in Soloing: “Plain of Jars” by Shawn Persinger
   Across the Tracks by Dan Crary
   Chosing A Song by Kacey Cubero

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