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  • Bluegrass Music List Server
    will also be given some choices in delivery How it works If you subscribe in the Email message mode and you or someone else posts a message to the list it is immediately sent to the others on the list within a few moments If others are on their computer an immediate response is likely If you are subscribed in Digest Mode you won t see the post until several others have been made and a bulk mailing occurs If you are subscribed in Web Only mode the server is updated immediately and hitting reload or refresh will allow you to stay on top of things Daily Digest Mode type subscription will send you one large email once a day Again there is also the choice to subscribe to the list and receive no email messages In this mode you simply go the the Yahoogroups website and select the list and read the messages on the website This mode is called Web Only Who the list is for The main purpose is to inform list members of important or new bluegrass events but discussion of bluegrass music information and instruments For Sale Trade is allowed For Sale items are allowed

    Original URL path: http://www.blue-grass.org/bluegrassmusiclist.html (2016-04-24)
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  • CSBF Main
    festival and we believe it is going to be one of our best We have gathered some of the finest in all of bluegrass to perform on our stage Make plans to attend You don t want to miss this one The Custer Family sincerely thanks everyone for their participation in making this festival a success We are so blessed to have the support of fans friends and family We

    Original URL path: http://www.blue-grass.org/festival/csbf_main.htm (2016-04-24)
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  • Banjo Pot

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    Original URL path: /banjopot.html (2016-04-24)


  • Banjo Resonator

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    Original URL path: /banjoresonator.html (2016-04-24)


  • Banjo Back

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    Original URL path: /banjoback.html (2016-04-24)


  • Banjo Front

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    Original URL path: /banjofront.html (2016-04-24)


  • Photos
    Tim holding the trophys for the 2001 Maryland State Championship left and the 2001 Mid Atlantic Championship right Below is a newspaper article written after winning the 2000 Maryland State

    Original URL path: http://www.blue-grass.org/article.html (2016-04-24)
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  • Member Information
    he enjoyed making people sound good My bluegrass playing continued to expand when I learned to play rhythm guitar from Dad Then when I was about 17 a neighbor asked if I would run sound for his local rock roll band I have always liked rock music and probably enjoy listening to it as much as bluegrass From this point on my bluegrass playing sessions were few and far between as I really liked doing sound I continued to run sound for several local country and rock bands like The Ranglers Nashville Network Down To The Wire and even helped make a CD for Consider This where I helped write some songs and even did background vocals on one tune Then Tim moved to Florida and it seemed as though I had no desire to play bluegrass or even run sound From the late 80 s until recently Kevin didn t do anything with music except listen to it mainly classic rock from performers like Stevie Ray Vaughan Jimmie Hendrix and Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull Tim and Brenda returned from living in Florida and one afternoon he said he was having a get together with some other local musicians and wanted to know if I would play again I said well its been along time but I ll give it a whirl Tim and Kevin played several afternoons and before long he got back the feel of the old bass I never was a real fancy player Dad never liked all that hoopla but I seem to hold my own I play a 40 s model solid top and back 3 4 upright likely made in Germany Kevin is employed by WestPA net a broadband and cable service provider He also holds an Advanced Class amateur radio license and provides the local Counties with emergency communications via several Ham Radio repeaters He was also involved in NASCAR racing on the local level with Bruening Motorsports I can honestly say I have followed in my fathers footsteps as I seem to be doing everything he did I only hope I can do it half as well as he Tim Custer Tim has been playing music since age 13 but it has been a part of his life since birth Ever since I can remember there was music surrounding our lives My Dad played music and he always made sure that we were able to enjoy it I remember as a kid growing up we would spend almost every weekend doing something that involved music My first memories of enjoying that music was when Dad played at a place called the Wagon Shed in Claysburg PA I would watch the people on stage and pretend I was playing too Tim s first instrument was the drums He took lessons at school and played in the school band We had a neighbor Chris Huff who was a fabulous drummer and I thought it would be neat to play like him I soon

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