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July 21, 2020

In the late 90s my wife and I went to see Gary Brewer, a bluegrass musician of some note, in big pole barn with a stage in the hills of southern Indiana...There was a good crowd...About half way through the show he invited a young guy of about 14 years old to play fiddle on a couple of numbers...The crowd, mostly locals knew Michael and cheered like mad...He was amazing...I'd seen him before when he was younger, standing with his fiddle in front of the American Legion on Saturday evening waiting for the weekly jam session to start...Last year he was the subject of a great documentary and he won his first Grammy this past year....

Born blind, one eye totally missing, cleft lip, and deaf in one ear...

But that never stopped him..This is a very well done documentary that chronicles his story...

Flamekeeper is his band....

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Melanie @Mellyk
6 seconds ago

Excellent interview

2 hours ago

To the many, many new faces to the gang in the past month or so, please pardon my negligence. You have not been extended the official welcome and ponytail flip:

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