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Corey Lee McQuade

Rank #1 US Lewisburg, WV Folk / Bluegrass / Blues


Sounds Like: Johnson's Crossroad, Tut Taylor

Bio: Corey Lee McQuade, the other flatpicking dobro man, carries on the dobro style of Tut Taylor, flatpicking and crosspicking the resophonic guitar aka dobro. He is a singer/songwriter from Lewisburg, WV. His solo performances include finger picking/flat picking guitar and clawhammer/bluegrass ban... See Full Bio

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My new album Double Clutching (Tribute to Tut Taylor) is available at coreyleemcquade.com as well as Amazon.com and iTunes


“Corey Lee McQuade is a fine flat picking dobro man. He sounds like a young Tut Taylor.”
— Tut Taylor, The Flat Picking Dobro Man
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The Making of Double Clutch...
Oct 4, 2014
I had scheduled an afternoon for Clint Lewis to record the remaining bass lin... [more]
The Making of Double Clutch...
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  • DogFlow (Artist) DogFlow
    Aloha, much LOVE and respect from Chicago!
  • Maxlink AkA Dark Angel (Artist) Maxlink AkA Dark Angel
    ery best to you!
  • Ben Aaron (Artist) Ben Aaron
    "Buffalo Creek" is a great song, Corey. Best of luck to you in your future of music, and have a good day. From a fellow folkie, -Ben Aaron
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Q: We want to come see you after March 2. Any time at the Sweet Shoppe when you'll play the clawhammer or other banjo?
A: I'm at The Sweet Shoppe every Wednesday night. I start around 9pm

Asked by anonymous. Answered on Sun Feb 24 2013