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Joe K. Walsh and John Mailander: “Seneca Square Dance”
 
Peghead Nation mandolin instructor plays an old-time dance tune with bluegrass fiddler and multi-instrumentalist John Mailander on octave mandolin.
By: Dan Gabel
September 26, 2017

 


Peghead Nation instructor Joe K. Walsh recently brought his Sweet Loam bandmate, bluegrass fiddler and multi-instrumentalist John Mailander, into the studio while Joe was recording new lessons for his Advancing Mandolinist course. While there, the two recorded this mandolin and octave mandolin duet of the old-time dance tune, “Seneca Square Dance.”

We’re happy to have Joe on board as one of the instructors in our first Peghead Nation Mandolin Camp, October 19 – 22, 2017, at the Kowana Valley Folk School and Lodge. Learn more here!

To learn mandolin from Joe, enroll in his Peghead Nation Advancing Mandolinist course today!

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