Nightowl AKA Ms.Diane. I listened to your music via CBG Nation all through the Labor Day weekend. I love it!!!! Where can I buy a CD or a tape. AND Feelin Bad Blues on your 4 string was super. Any chance you have that tabbed out. If not I would be happy to pay whatever you deemed appropriate just so I could have it to to work on. Thank for all the incredible music. Just count me in as another fan.
Thanks for friending me.I have just started making and tryin to play cbg.I have just started my 3rd cbg.I am inspired by your playing and singing.I am going to try to learn some of the songs you do as I love your style.Thanks again
Nightowl, I love your blues. Do you know a song by Memphis Minnie, "I Wonder Where My Good Man's At". I think it would be a great song for you. It is on youtube by another great blues woman, I Play Banjo Now.
Thanks for your response, Keni Lee...Appreciate it.
I gig a bit, but so far playing as I've always done...strumming and singing...dylan, neil young, van morrison type stuff..I'm not looking to become a professional just want to nail it. That's just how I am. Playing the resonator I noticed every half note...you know it just rings out so much, so i try to really nail it...slow thijngs down, and repeat, repeat...just impatient, I guess.Thanks for your encouragement...you are doing a good thing with your music. You bring a lot of pleasure to people, not just with your playing, but with your help as well. Grea Stuff, brother. Keep it up!
Do you play :"Jesus on the Mainline"...or "Doooown in Mississippi"...I'd love to learn those two songs. Enjoy what you do...whatever. You've got a nice feel, it's hard to play slow...it's a mark of someone who feels the music!
I found some of your banjo work online... nice stuff. But my own heart and ears are in blues... and -if- you should ever get a Reverbnation site going (free, basic stuff and quite nice for musicians) I'd suggest putting a bunch of blues up there. You're a natural for it. I don't know if the Lord has it for you, but you could be doing more with that in terms of your talent. Blessings, -Glenn