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Barry Crannell

Barry Crannell

Folk / Old Time / Banjo Portland, OR  US
Just Like You
Just Like You
Dear Grandma
Dear Grandma
Julie Anne Johnson
Julie Anne Johnson
That's What I Do
That's What I Do
The Great Remember
The Great Remember

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  • Cabin Fever NW (Artist)
    Cabin Fever NW
    Hey Barry! Isn't that just like you to write such beautiful songs and sing 'em the way you do? your fan for life, Tara
  • TheOtherManInBlack (Artist)
    TheOtherManInBlack
    Stopping by to show support and wish success with your musical journey. TheOtherManInBlack
  • Serge Grimalsky (Artist)
    Serge Grimalsky
    It's a pleasure to get acquainted with your music. I wish you continuous inspiration and success! Serge Grimalsky.
  • Square Thirteen (Artist)
    Square Thirteen
    Just loved listening to your music, Barry. I especially liked your cover of "The Great Remember", on of my favorites. Best of luck as you pursue your music. -Craig, Square Thirteen
  • Malcolm F Hill (Artist)
    Malcolm F Hill
    Just saying Hi to encourage and to wish you all the best for your music. Regards, Malcolm.

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Barry Crannell

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Sounds Like: Adam Hurt, Chris Coole

Bio: Been playing guitar since there was air (around 1960 or so), flatpicking bluegrass and playing clawhammer banjo since the mid-70's, songwriting since the late 90's. A frequent staff instructor at the Puget Sound Guitar Workshop, as well as teaching out of our humble abode. A winner at the Kerrvil...See Full Bio

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“Would you stop playing that thing and come to bed?”

— Julianna Waters - wife, Heart and Hammer

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Q: Do you have any frailing lessons?

A: If you mean online videos, no I don't. If I felt there was enough interest I think I would probably pursue that. I do have a few video out there on YouTube, but not in the form of lessons. I appreciate the interest. (are you in the Portland area?)

Asked by Frederick Sachs. Answered on Tue Dec 09 2014

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