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Jeff Hyman


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West Virginia, USA
Post  Posted 1 Feb 2009 11:28 am    
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Gary Lee Gimble wrote:
I had to use a gallon of Head and Shoulders to get back to normal

Gary,

Did you mean Head and Shoulders and Back and Butt? :-) You ain't got enough on top to require a Gallon <vbg>.
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Bob Grado

 

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Holmdel, New Jersey
Post  Posted 3 Feb 2009 4:17 am     md
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Is BoB G moving to Baltimore?


Only if "Red Hot Country" is getting back together.
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Gary Lee Gimble


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Fredericksburg, VA.
Post  Posted 3 Feb 2009 10:48 am    
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Butch is waiting fur ya Razz Laughing He use to sneak in to watch Jay, hiding in the back....what a piece of work....
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Tommy Auldridge


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Maryland, USA
Post  Posted 23 Jul 2009 11:19 am    
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BUMP>>>> Let's Get Serious! And Have Some Fun.
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Gary Lee Gimble


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Fredericksburg, VA.
Post  Posted 24 Jul 2009 12:19 am    
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tommy, go back to bed Smile
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Tom McCarthy

 

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Laurel, Maryland, USA
Post  Posted 2 Oct 2009 5:02 am     Hi Tommy
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We have met on a couple of occasions; I tried out for "Pikesville Rye" once years ago as a singer/guitar player. Band picked someone else. More recently, we met at the Wheaton American Legion. I was playing with "Lost Memories" a country and oldies band. I was just packing up my Mullen when you arrived, so I guess you didn't hear me play steel. I play guitar and sing and would love to meet some interesting folks who like the classic country sound. Be wel, drop me a line sometime, Tommy (my name also)
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Tommy Auldridge


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Maryland, USA
Post  Posted 7 Oct 2009 7:39 am    
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Hey Tom: I remember you, and yes, we should get together sometime. I'll send you an email and we can talk about it.
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Tommy Auldridge


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Maryland, USA
Post  Posted 24 Jan 2015 3:17 pm     Bump for no good reason
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Just a bump to see if theres's any new interest. Tommy.....
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Mike Waddell

 

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Maryland, USA
Post  Posted 25 Jan 2015 6:04 pm     As a matter of fact...
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Hey Tommy,
Add me to the list. I'm up in Harford County.
I've been playing guitar and upright bass for 20+ years and I picked a steel up off the forum about a month or so ago, but hey I'm a fast learner. I'm just a kid, if thats ok... Only 32 Very Happy
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Tommy Auldridge


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Maryland, USA
Post  Posted 27 Jan 2015 7:16 am     Email ?
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Mike: I sent you an email through The Forum. I'm thinking maybe it did'nt go through. You can try to email me, or send a p.m. Thanks Tommy......
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Gary Catlin


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Maryland, USA
Post  Posted 2 Apr 2015 8:05 pm    
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hay Tommy I'm a steel player on the lower eastern shore and wondering if you still had the jam that you posted in 2008 if you have time let me know I would like to come and hear the players and maybe play my self looking forword to hearing from you thanks Gary C.
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Bo Borland


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Post  Posted 3 Apr 2015 6:14 am    
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Chesapeake Inn tonite.. MASON DIXON band
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Jeff Hyman


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West Virginia, USA
Post  Posted 9 Jun 2015 1:32 pm     butchers Holler
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Hay Tommy,
I haven't forgotten the invite from you and Paul Wagner to drink a few beers and talk about the old days down at your hangout at River Bend. I haven't been there yet, but from some of the stories, sounds like Butcher Holler Very Happy

JeffShobud@gmail.com
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Tommy Auldridge


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Maryland, USA
Post  Posted 9 Jun 2015 1:49 pm     Hedgesville
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Jeff: Be sure to check out "The Long Branch Saloon"... Paul and I were there about two weeks ago. Probably the best music venue in the area. Tommy......
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Jeff Hyman


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West Virginia, USA
Post  Posted 9 Jun 2015 2:12 pm    
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Tommy,
I live 5 minutes from there.
When is your next scheduled date there?
Whats the bands name?
- Jeff
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Tommy Auldridge


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Maryland, USA
Post  Posted 9 Jun 2015 2:43 pm     Long Branch
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Jeff: Paul and I have not played there yet. We're checking into it and if the money is okay, we'll try it. Tommy......
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Jeff Hyman


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West Virginia, USA
Post  Posted 24 Jun 2015 8:41 am    
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Tommy,
I stopped down at the Longbranch a few days ago. Did you look at the property across the street? No doubt you`re in West Virginia Very Happy . I'll come down to watch you guys if you get booked, but I have no plans on playing any bars when I get my few chops back. Heck... I could hardly get my LDG in the back of my van it was so darn heavy. Getting old[er] sucks. My muscles don't work like they use to.
See ya,
Jeff
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Tommy Auldridge


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Maryland, USA
Post  Posted 25 Jun 2015 3:28 am     Long Branch Saloon
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Jeff: I still carry a D-10 push/pull Emmons. I use a hand truck by standing the case on it's end. I even use the hand truck for the amp. as well. Since I've retired, I practice every day. I have to, to keep up with all the new material. I'm filling in with different bands. I have to play with two bands today, one at a senior center in Glen Burnie from noon till two, and the second is at a shopping center in Columbia from six till eight, and then I'm heading back to River Bend Park. I think Paul and I are playing at another senior center in Tanneytown on Sunday. I'm glad to get all these jobs, while I can still do it. Most of my jobs, I get to work with Chick Hall. If you don't know who he is, let me tell you, he is one hell of a guy. He is a great Telecaster player, and he charts out everything for me. He allows me to play as much or as little as I want to in each song. Working with him is a real pleasure. He has so much etiquette. I'll catch up with you at some point. Thanks, Tommy.....
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Tommy Auldridge


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Maryland, USA
Post  Posted 6 Oct 2017 7:07 am     Bump for new interest
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Just a bump to see if there is any new interest. Tommy.....
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Ian Dansey


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Virginia, USA
Post  Posted 19 Dec 2017 12:34 pm     PSG in DC
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Hey Tommy,

I'm a pedal steel guitar and regular 6-string player based in DC. In addition to playing around DC, I also get up as far as Baltimore and Frederick, as well as throughout NOVA.

Where in Maryland are you? And are there any good country jams around here still?

-Ian
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Gary Lee Gimble


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Fredericksburg, VA.
Post  Posted 20 Dec 2017 10:24 am    
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Hey Ian,
I’m pickN at Hill Country tomorrow Thursday in DC, we star at 8:30, come by and say howdee
gLg
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Jeffrey Phebus

 

From:
Maryland, USA
Post  Posted 18 Jun 2021 1:09 pm    
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Tommy A. I am a good friend of Dave Chappell excellent Tele player in the DC area I might let him know. Also I have met Chick many times w Dave Chappel but havent seen him too much since the Surf Club closed and Chick moved to DE. He knows Dave Chappel really well and has played with him, and you're correct what a gentlemen.

Im 53 yrs old love classic country/jazz etc. I have played Tele for many years but not gigged much, sat in some but seems I kinda missed the window as I didnt get real serious until my 40s. Anyway I had a mild stroke which has kinda left my dexterity in my left hand a little lacking and am considering PSG as its been an instrument I have always loved. Besides there's a million guitar players out there.. Any quality teachers of PSG in Maryland that can take on a beginner?

Jeffrey
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