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Cripple Creek - Bluegrass Banjo - Tune & Lesson
Dave Asti plays and teaches Cripple Creek. This in depth lesson covers the basic melody, beginner (EZ), and intermediate arrangement. Get the tabs here! : http://www.dabanjo.com/ New vids and tabs added weekly.
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Cripple Creek Guitar Lesson - Traditional Melody at Two Octaves
Download the tablature at https://countryguitaronline.com/cripple-creek-guitar-lesson-traditional-melody/ Lesson ID: A0162; Lesson 8 - Bluegrass Guitar Solo Improvising Course https://countryguitaronline.com/bluegrass-improvising-guitar-course/ This is Part One of a two-part lesson series where we’ll work on lead guitar solo improvising in a country & bluegrass style. In this bluegrass guitar lesson, you’ll learn how to play two bluegrass guitar breaks for “Cripple Creek” in G using the song’s traditional melody. Then, in the Part Two of this “Cripple Creek” lesson series, I’ll show you several different ways that you can use bluegrass guitar licks and bluegrass crosspicking to modify the traditional melody to make your bluegrass guitar solo breaks sound more interesting. Both of the bluegrass guitar lessons in this two-part series will help you add that hard-driving bluegrass sound to your bluegrass guitar breaks.
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Cripple Creek Melodic Part A-1
In this sample lesson, Tony Ullrich teaches the first half of a melodic lead part for Cripple Creek; the rest of the verse and chorus are taught with the same precision and clarity in the online lesson library at www.5stringbanjer.com.
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Banjo for beginners - play Cripple Creek!
Very first steps towards playing Cripple Creek in Scruggs style............. More free videos at http://jofflowson.com Cripple Creek demo starts at 10:00 Cripple Creek Verse - High Part - Low Melody High Part - Low Melody Cripple Creek Chorus - Alternating Thumb Roll - Low Melody Alternating Thumb Roll - Low Melody This video shows how to play the low melody part Thumb plays 3rd string fretted on 2nd fret Index finger plays 2nd string open (unfretted) Thumb plays 5th string open Middle finger plays 1st string open Thumb plays 3rd string open Middle finger plays 1st string open Thumb plays 4th string fretted on 2nd fret Middle finger plays 1st string open Thumb plays 4th string open Middle finger plays 1st string open Thumb plays 4th string fretted on 2nd fret Middle finger plays 1st string open Thumb plays 3rd string open (rest - no note played) Thumb and middle finger play 'pinch' 1st and 5th strings at the same time, both open. (rest) Click here for part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTz8AtLAEAw
Views: 1102233 JoffLowson
Cripple Creek Variations (Video 2 of 2): Bluegrass Banjo Lesson
Hear this tune played with guitar rhythm backup (slow, medium, fast) starting at 12:07. Chords are provided in the first "Cripple Creek Revisited" video. This is video 2 of 2 -- Here I add variations to both parts A (one variation) and B (two variations) to the "Regular" parts from the previous video. The A part variation is loosely based on the first half of "Banjo In The Hollow" by Doug Dillard. The original recording for this tune from 1963 can be found on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJTW2ruur-I Both of the B part variations are from the Flatt and Scruggs "Foggy Mountain Banjo" album version of Cripple Creek. Here I also teach a Scruggs style ending to the tune, found at 16:57. Free tab sheets (PDF) and play-along tracks (MP3) for this and many other tunes are available at my website, www.littlerockbanjo.com. Hope you enjoy. I have posted this teaching video for instructional purposes only and, in my opinion, it constitutes fair use: "The fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright."
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Cripple Creek (Melodic Style) Banjo
This is the melodic style of cripple creek that I learned in a the book that is helping me to learn how to play the banjo
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Cripple Creek [Melodification Series]
-- Get the tab -- http://bennettsullivanmusic.com/lessons/ -- Get Exclusive Membership! -- Join over 200+ banjo players inside the Bennett Sullivan Music Members library! Get access to the full library of video lessons, members-only content for learning + the private community to ask questions, get feedback, and more. Like these videos? Become a member of Banjo by Ear for only $4.99/month, and get bonus lessons, rhythm guitar tracks, and a full library of lessons added to each week. https://banjobyear.me -- Get the new TuneFox App for iPhone + iPad -- http://apple.co/2cQLeqO -- Follow TuneFox on Instagram -- https://www.instagram.com/tunefoxapp/ -- Other links -- Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/bennettsullivan/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/bennettsullivanmusic/ I highly recommend learning this song by ear. I play the melody slowly so you can use the audio and video as a reference to transcribe it yourself. Learning by ear is by far the ultimate way to internalize the melodies of songs. Initially, it does take longer than using tab, but you're challenging your ears to really hear the melody, and the long term benefits of doing that are really powerful.
Views: 5157 Bennett Sullivan
Doc Watson & Earl Scruggs Play Cripple Creek
See my entire film at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0002MINVE . Or watch this clip from the same session - https://youtu.be/te_OoPaEFK0 . My classic 90 minute music documentary records Earl Scruggs and Bill Monroe and Earl and his son Randy and Doc Watson and his son Merle, in informal scenes playing & singing together. If you love Doc Watson and Bill Monroe and old time Bluegrass Music, you will love watching and listening to this. In 1972, PBS prime-timed a documentary music special on Earl Scruggs the bluegrass banjo picker. It included Bob Dylan, The Byrds, Bill Monroe, Charlie Daniels, The Morris Brothers, and Doc Watson. The film was not available to the public for over 30 years. Now it is available again. Said Bruce Elder of The All Music Guide: "Earl Scruggs was a few years past his partnership with Lester Flatt when made did 'Earl Scruggs: The Bluegrass Banjo Legend' a filled with stars effort that succeeds. There are great scenes at the Grand Ole Opry with Bill Monroe, at the homes of Doc Watson and members of Earl's North Carolina family, at the The Byrds ranch, at the home of The Morris Brothers (Salty Dog Blues), in Carmel, NY with Bob Dylan, etc. etc. The music here is glorious." Earl Scruggs: The Bluegrass Legend is the only full-length film on Earl's life & times. #docwatson #earlscruggs #cripplecreek #banjo #northcarolina
Views: 125054 David Hoffman
Cripple Creek Clawhammer Banjo Lesson
Another tune in the key of G, Cripple Creek is a fun upbeat tune. The focus of the lesson is not merely learning a tune, but improvisation and embellishment. Take your time, uses the pause and rewind button whenever needed!!!
Cripple Creek
8/29/08 Greensboro, NC. Banjo-Johnson JB-200 Banjo Player- Andy Hunt Producer- Alton Ward Hunt-Ward Productions.
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Cripple Creek on Banjo by Jacob Johnson
Cripple Creek being played by 15 year old Jacob Johnson on banjo
Views: 42112 Kasey Lawson
Bluegrass Banjo Jam Track: "Cripple Creek"
Backup track for the classic bluegrass banjo song "Cripple Creek." For more info on how to use the backup track, and to get the Essential Bluegrass Banjo Songs book of tabs, visit http://fingerstylebanjo.com/jam. Learn all the styles of fingerpicking banjo at http://fingerstylebanjo.com
"Cripple Creek" on the banjo, by Tracy Newman
In 1965, I did 6 episodes of a public TV series for children called "What's New." I presented folk songs from all over the world, and many instruments, to the best of my ability at the time. We shot these episodes at Brooklyn College and Joan Sheppard was the director.
Views: 93335 Tracy Newman
Bluegrass Banjo Jam Track (slow): "Cripple Creek"
Backup track for the classic bluegrass banjo song "Cripple Creek." For more info on how to use the backup track, and to get the Essential Bluegrass Banjo Songs book of tabs, visit http://fingerstylebanjo.com/jam. Learn all the styles of fingerpicking banjo at http://fingerstylebanjo.com
Bluegrass Cripple Creek
Cripple Creek. Traditional Old-Time American folk song. Usually played on banjo or fiddle but arranged here for acoustic guitar. TAB AVAILABLE at [email protected] Check out more of my stuff at www.bobbyhowe.com. Date song was written is uncertain but probably from late 19th or early 20th century. Appalachian origin.
Views: 7460 Bobby Howe
"Cripple Creek" On the Banjo #banjo #bluegrass
"Cripple Creek" on banjo in three styles: Scruggs, melodic, and up-the-neck by Adam Lee Marcus. Thanks for watching! Be sure to give me a like and feel free to comment. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/adamleemarcus Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/adamleemarcus Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/adamleemarcus
Views: 3376 Adam Lee Marcus
Cripple Creek-Scruggs Style Banjo
A simple version of the beloved tune, Cripple Creek.
Views: 40949 Matthew Marshall
Cripple Creek - Bluegrass Banjo and Clawhammer Banjo - Free Tablature
Free tablature for this recording (4 bluegrass arrangements and 3 clawhammer arrangements) can be found on ezFolk on the following page... http://ezfolk.com/cripple-creek-bluegrass-banjo-and-clawhammer-banjo-tablature/
Views: 25186 Richard Hefner
Banjo Lesson Beginning Bluegrass Banjo - Cripple Creek
Purchase Full Lesson Here: http://www.musicians-workshop.com/index.php/cr.html Click here for FREE Dyno-Tab: http://youtu.be/1s1FISGhMN4 Includes: Banjo Lesson introducing the 5-string banjo to the complete beginner, identification of all the parts, how to tune, basic chord formations, how to read banjo tablature, wearing your picks, 5 roll patterns He teaches you to play 4 tunes in complete detail. Tunes include: - Cripple Creek - She'll be Comin Round the Mountain - Oh Susannah - Cumberland Gap (two variations: regular and up-the-neck). You can also find us on Facebook!: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Musicians-Workshop/109810315727298
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Cripple Creek on the banjo. (Scruggs and Fiddle style)
Cripple Creek played by MG on his 5-string Kay banjo. First played in Scruggs style (Bluegrass style) then played in Fiddle (Melodic) style. It was a fine summer evening for some backyard pick'n. =-)
Views: 104185 Matt Gutacker
Bluegrass Fiddle Lessons - Cripple Creek - Ian Walsh
In this lesson Ian Walsh teaches the classic traditional Bluegrass fiddle tune "Cripple Creek". The full lesson + the sheet music + MP3 practice tracks are available at www.OnlineLessonVideos.com! Thanks! Enjoy!
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Exploring Backup With Cripple Creek
Cripple Creek is usually one of the first songs aspiring banjo players learn the melody to so I figure it's a good place to start looking at some backup concepts. This video demonstrates walking bass notes, vamp chords, fill licks and chord substitutions. If you're new to the concept of chord substitution Google can supply you with plenty of exhaustive insights into it; If you prefer to pick more and read less think of it this way: Chord substitutions are nothing more than harmonies or chords that share similar notes. In this example I play an Am chord over, or instead of, a D7 chord. D7 = D A F# C Am = A C E I do this so I can keep the bass line going (B-A-G) and since the notes are played so dry and fast you can easily get away with this type of substitution. You could play a D7 chord at the 5th fret with the A in the bass but I find that cumbersome and unnecessary when playing the song up tempo. Tab available at http://www.seanray.com
Views: 68956 Sean Ray
The Earl Scruggs "Cripple Creek Bend"
Here's an old video that I posted a while back ( I was still stuck in Pennsylvania's cold nasty weather!!!). Nevertheless, this is a very crucial element of Earl's playing that not a lot of people use, but is an important detail that will help take your playing to the next level. All the best & keep rollin RC
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Cripple Creek Guitar Solo Lesson!
Lesson Link: https://banjobenclark.com/lessons/cripple-creek-guitar Check out these hot geetar solos for Cripple Creek now at BanjoBenClark.com! Gold Pick members have access to: – 25+ minute video lesson! – Tabs for both solos and the basic melody! – 3 speeds of mp3 rhythm tracks!
Views: 63300 Banjo Ben Clark
cripple creek melodic style on the 1954 gibson mastertone
BowtieRB250's webcam video December 22, 2009, 01:15 PM
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Build-a-Break Flatpicking Guitar Licks for Cripple Creek - Bluegrass Guitar Lesson
Watch this guitar lesson and download the tablature at https://countryguitaronline.com/build-a-break-flatpicking-guitar-licks-cripple-creek/ Lesson 9 - Bluegrass Guitar Solo Improvising Course Lesson ID: A0163 This is part two of a mini lesson series on playing lead guitar in a country and bluegrass style. In part one, you learned how to play two bluegrass guitar breaks for “Cripple Creek” using the song’s traditional melody. In this bluegrass guitar lesson, you’ll learn eight extremely useful bluegrass flatpicking guitar licks and I’ll show you three easy ways to use these bluegrass flatpicking licks to spice up your country and bluegrass guitar solos. The concepts in this lead guitar lesson will help you improvise a hard-driving bluegrass guitar break over “Cripple Creek” and these concepts can also be applied to a ton of other country and bluegrass songs.
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Cripple Creek High Part - Banjo Tutorial for Beginners
A really close look at the High Part of Cripple Creek, plus tips on playing the whole tune. For more free videos visit my website at http://www.jofflowson.com/ CRIPPLE CREEK HIGH PART Pinch thumb 5th string + middle plays 1st string 2nd fret at same time gap with optional left hand slide Thumb plays 5th string - beat gap Thumb plays 5th string gap middle plays 1st string open - beat gap index plays 2nd string open gap Thumb plays 5th string open - beat index plays 2nd string 1st fret middle plays 1st string 2nd fret thumb plays fifth string open Middle plays 1st string open - beat gap pinch middle plays 1st string open + thumb plays fifth string open gap Now play low melody part
Views: 121715 JoffLowson
Cripple Creek - trad fiddle tune
Recorded live at the Fibonacci Space, Amarillo, Texas, USA
Views: 16168 Nina Garcia
Cripple Creek Expansion Pack - Bluegrass Banjo
In the office today, but hopefully you won't mind the different "scenery". :) If you've been practicing what you've learned in the beginner series, you're probably ready for some different ideas to try in Cripple Creek. I'll show you a few different ideas here. Get what you can, let the rest go. Don't try to do it exactly like I do. That's not the point. I'd rather hear you blazing your own trail. :) I'm playing a Recording King M5
Views: 18797 Jim Pankey
Cripple Creek - Melodic [Banjo]
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Cripple Creek melody and break
NCYO 2013 parade practice video
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Cripple Creek - Fiddle Tune a Day - Day 184
Signup for Vi Wickam's Fiddle Tune a Day: http://www.vithefiddler.com I have played Cripple Creek forever, but I didn't play it very cool until I added some licks from a Benny Thomasson transcription. Of course, I added my own stuff in there too. I even included it on my recent album, Long Time Comin'. Tonight, I was asked by Andy May to join him playing at a fundraiser for rebuilding after the High Park fire. I was honored to be asked, and happy to be a part of the event. I don't know how much was raised for the rebuilding fund, but there was a big jar full of money when I left. And, the audience seemed to be enjoying themselves. I would say that the night was a big success. Cripple Creek Song History By Richard L. Matteson Jr. If you've ever learned the banjo, chances are you've played Cripple Creek. A meandering or a crooked stream is referred to as a "cripple" creek. The most famous Cripple Creek is a town in Colorado. Gold was discovered there in 1891 and the mining town that sprang up was considered by some to be the source of the song. Folklorist Alan Jabbour, of the Library of Congress found that the oldest Appalachian fiddlers he collected from could recall the first time that they had heard "Cripple Creek," leading Jabbour to speculate that the title might have something to do with the Cripple Creek, Colorado, labor troubles. I believe that the Cripple Creek location in our bluegrass song is Cripple Creek, Virginia, a small community located in Wythe County at latitude 36.821 and longitude -81.098 with an elevation of 2,188 feet. The Cripple Creek, Virginia area was explored in 1654 and settled in the mid-1700's. A settlement was built at Fort Chiswell (lead was discovered in 1756 by John Chiswell) and farmers moved into the fertile land around the Cripple Creek and New River. In Virginia is was lead and iron ore that was mined, not gold. In 1887 when the Norfolk and Western Railroad reached the area, a zinc smelter was started and charcoal furnaces to make iron were built up and down Cripple Creek and the New River. Betty Vornbrock confirms that there is a 'town' by the name of Cripple Creek south of Wytheville, in Wythe County adjacent to Grayson County, near Elk Creek and Bull Mountain (both in Grayson). She heard the name came from "hunters were on the trail of a large buck elk who led them over Buck Mountain, then along and across Elk Creek and on up north till they shot him, but only crippled him, at Cripple Creek. According to Bob Coltman: "My opinion is that the tune probably is earlier than the Cripple Creek gold strike (1891), but that the words, and thus the song title, could have been put to it afterward, say at the turn of the century." " Mike Yates (2002) confirms that "most Virginia musicians believe that it relates to a location in Wythe County, Virginia." Glen Lyn, Virginia, fiddler Henry Reed (1884-1968), for example, told Alan Jabbour that he was sixteen years old when he first heard "Cripple Creek." Jabbour explains that Reed said the man who first played it for him was from Texas and was simply passing through the Tug River region (i.e. Tug Fork of Big Sandy River) of the West Virginia/Kentucky border, where Reed and his brother were employed as young men in the coal country region of southern West Virginia doing blacksmith work (which perhaps does argue for western origins for the tune). Versions of the bluegrass song began appearing in the early 1900s. The first reference to the tune as "Cripple Creek" is in the Journal of American Folklore, 1915. Two fragments of "Cripple Creek" were collected by E. C. Perrow, and published in JOAFL, 1915, vol. 28, "Songs and Rhymes of the South," Part VIII, no. 42. No musical score.
Playing "Cripple Creek"
I played this tune with 5-string banjo like Earl Scruggs. This tune is great!
Views: 1877 nissing15
Beginner Bluegrass Banjo Lesson - Cripple Creek Slow - Ned Luberecki
Download all multi-angle video banjo lessons with tab, notation, jam tracks, slo-mo, looping, synced tab, and much more: https://truefire.com/c1351 Join Free: https://truefire.com/online-guitar-lessons Free Apps for iOS, Android, & more: https://truefire.com/apps Instagram: https://instagram.com/truefiretv Facebook: https://facebook.com/TrueFire Twitter: https://twitter.com/truefiretv Courses: https://truefire.com/courses Sales: https://truefire.com/sales-promos Learning Paths: https://truefire.com/learning-paths In The Jam: https://truefire.com/in-the-jam Private Lessons: https://truefire.com/private-lessons Jam Tracks: https://truefire.com/jam-packs Guitar Chord Charts: https://truefire.com/guitar-chord-charts Metronome: https://truefire.com/metronome Guitar Tuner: https://truefire.com/guitar-tuner
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Cripple Creek Instructional for Clawhammer Banjo
If I am having trouble learning a song, my first stop is YouTube! This is my way of giving back. Cripple Creek is an easy, fun and memorable melody! I would say this lesson is a little above beginner. Basically I am teaching a few embellishments. Enjoy!
Views: 37995 Dakota Waddell
How to Play Cripple Creek on Banjo, Plus Timing Theory Lesson!
Lesson link: https://banjobenclark.com/lessons/cripple-creek-timing-theory-banjo http://www.BanjoBenClark.com - Visit the site for all my tabs and access to the video lesson I upload each and every week! Not only are we gonna learn to play Cripple Creek, but we're gonna learn some theory behind the notes as well. If you're a banjo picker, you have to be familiar with the things covered in this 25+ minute lesson.
Views: 179856 Banjo Ben Clark
Banjo Lesson: Melodic Ending Lick
This video demonstrates a piece of a common melodic pattern that I have shortened into a lick that can be used as an ending or the end of a phrase in tunes such as Cripple Creek and Sourwood Mountain. It is also the beginning of a longer descending phrase that is used in melodic playing. At the 2:33 mark I mistakenly said to slide your "ring" finger back to the 10th fret of the 2nd string when I should have said "middle" finger. Anyway, I think that you can figure this one out once you get the right hand down. It's a fun little lick to throw in.
Views: 1355 Bryan Haywood
Cripple Creek melodic break (G)
http://BanjoButch.blogspot.com has free instructional videos like this one
Views: 1179 Butch Bost
Cripple Creek in 'A': Fiddle lesson
Fiddle lesson for Cripple Creek in the key of 'A'. For beginners first, then intermediate.
Learn to Play Bluegrass Banjo - Lesson 4
Here's the next part of Cripple Creek. It's got a couple of new skills, but you'll get them down in a jiffy. Be sure to check out the first three lessons here: Lesson 1: https://youtu.be/XswGppdJs_c Lesson 2: https://youtu.be/tlsUqRmRph4 Lesson 3: https://youtu.be/WnREmIt1u4w I'm playing a RK-R35 in the video. :) Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLimF2H1ED8fXabeFAr6Fnslf0ie6TRUL0
Views: 97622 Jim Pankey
Cripple Creek Clawhammer Style
Basic Cripple Creek in open g tuning.
Views: 107444 Bazooka Joe
Cripple Creek (key of A without capo)
Here's my arr. of Cripple Creek playing in melodic style with no capo. If you're interested in my tablature, contact me at: [email protected] www.lluisgomez.com
Views: 417 Dotze Contes
Cripple Creek Melodic Version 2 - Lesson 4.wmv
This is a freebie from http://www.pickersacademy.com
Views: 852 Glenn Miller
Cripple creek bluegrass banjo
Here is CC played 3 finger style.....first tune i ever learnt like most people :P
Views: 38368 ColourOfMagic92
Cripple Creek - Millikin Big Bluegrass Band
the bluegrass standard, Cripple Creek, featuring dueling banjos including Blake Aaron Martin playing some super cool melodic banjo parts. Created with http://tovid.io
Views: 12 Jake Tolbert
Cripple Creek Bluegrass Mandolin Jam Session Lesson
For links to all of my instructional mandolin material and for free mandolin chord charts and beginner lessons please visit http://www.bradleylaird.com/playthemandolin This video is a simulated jam session for mandolin players. Grab your mandolin, tune up, and jam on Cripple Creek at multiple speeds. This lesson is great for practicing your lead breaks, your chords, and making sure you can stay in time and start your solos at the right place. To see the complete video for FREE, with more speeds, hop over to http://www.freemandolinvideos.com If you need help with the chords or lead breaks to the song there are lessons on the site which will help you out in that department too! Good luck and happy jammin'! Brad
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Cripple Creek - Banjo Tune - Jim Wright.
I'm still messing around with this banjo I picked up a month or so ago, and here's a banjo standard called Cripple Creek. I used a looper to create a simple background of of me playing acoustic guitar and bass guitar to accompany myself. I'm slowly figuring out how to play this thing. This video is for practice and education purposes only. I am strictly an amateur player. No copyright infringement is intended. The provisions of sections 17 U.S.C. § 106 and 17 U.S.C. § 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonograph recordings or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, non-profit entertainment or research, is not an infringement of copyright
Views: 584 MrJimdeb
Cripple Creek
This video was shot in Hinesville, GA with my brother on the guitar, and myself on the banjo. I hope you enjoy this Bluegrass tune "Cripple Creek" 1990
Views: 22080 Bill Richards
3 finger banjo style guitar cripple creek
bluegrass instrumental Cripple Creek done in 3 finger banjo style on guitar
Views: 955 Doub Pearce

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