Top 100 Songs banjo songs which Banjo Hangout members have uploaded to the website.
Country Blues/Hustling Gambler
Dock Boggs' Country Blues/Hustling Gambler in f#CGAD tuned a half step or so low...
Old Plank Reel (TOTW)
This is the one of the versions for the old-time Tune of the Week, differing from the famous Uncle Dave Macon song. My arrangement comes from Erich Schroeder (BHO's vrteach). I wish he was still active here and I really enjoyed learning a tune from his recording. The title, as we learn in the discussion thread, is probably not the real one. But if it were to be, I'm reminded of Old Sacramento where you walk on the historic old plank road as you visit the shops and museums and go on the old Delta King steamboat on the Sacramento River. At least, I nostalgically hope we can still do that....
Coal Creek March
Finger picked on a newly crafted 11"walnut and pecan open back banjo in open D tuning d a f# d f#.
Mulberry Gap (TOTW)
Passed down through generations, northern Georgia banjo player Chesley Chancey (1913 - 1980) passed the tune Mulberry Gap from his grandfather on to Stephen Wade in 1979 while Art Rosenbaum recorded it at Chesley's home. He played it in the 2-finger style. I play it in the clawhammer style.
Roscoe's version of the old ballad in f#ADAD
Darling Nelly Gray Kyle Creed