The New “Banjo Backup for Fiddle” DVD is now available!

Red Henry

Folks, we are very happy to announce that our long-awaited new DVD, "Banjo Backup for Fiddle", is now available for your order by TELEPHONE only (we haven't had time to put it on the site!). [Actually, now it IS on the site... just follow this link.]

Call us at 800-227-2357 ! I'll be at the phone most of the afternoon!

Red Henry

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How does a banjo best accompany a fiddle? By playing simple roll patterns that fit the chords. Casey and Murphy explain these patterns note-by-note as Megan Lynch plays fiddle.

Sally Goodwin, Turkey in the Straw, Old Joe Clark, Leather Britches, and more, including some exra tunes which Casey plays with Megan and bonus footage fo Murphy backing up Fletcher Bright. No Tab. (99-minute DVD, $29.95)

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About Red Henry

Began playing mandolin, guitar, fiddle, and banjo in 1967-69. I married Murphy in 1974. We led the Red & Murphy bluegrass band, playing professionally, from 1975-87. Since then I've handled the technical side of Murphy Method cassette, videotape, and DVD production. When you call I usually answer the phone, and I'm normally the one who sends out the orders.

5 thoughts on “The New “Banjo Backup for Fiddle” DVD is now available!

  1. george

    Red i will call you tomorrow! Have been looking forward to this one once I heard you were making it! I want to suprise a fiddler I know! Yahoo!

  2. Tam

    Hi Red..

    I’ve been looking forward to the release of this new DVD too will get back to you in a day or two.

  3. Tam

    Sally Goodwin, Turkey in the Straw, Old Joe Clark, Leather Britches, and more,

    Hi Red

    What’s the “and more,” ?

  4. redhenry

    Tam, the “and more” refers to four extra banjo-and-fiddle tunes which Casey demonstrates with Megan (Sugar in the Gourd, Paddy on the Turnpike, Cherokee Shuffle, and Grey Eagle)–

    –as well as “Bonus Footage” including three more banjo-and-fiddle demos which Murphy recorded with master fiddler Fletcher Bright several years ago, when this project was first envisioned: Sally Goodwin, Turkey in the Straw, and Old Joe Clark.

    Red

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