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Raw Talent with the Gibson Brothers | D’Addario Nickel Bronze
 
The bluegrass masters visit Raw Talent, the Improv Song Series where we give artists made-up song titles, ask them to write a song on the spot.
December 5, 2017

Raw Talent is the Improv Song Series brought to you by Nickel Bronze from D’Addario. We give artists made-up song titles, ask them to write a song on the spot, and capture what comes out naturally. No filters. No frills. Just real, raw talent.

In this episode, the Gibson Brothers are given the line “you’re the yin to my yang.”

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