Murphy Method Camp Weekend!

Folks, the Murphy Method Banjo Camp is coming up this weekend here in Winchester, and guess who is Casey's designated babysitter for the weekend! So while all the Murphy Method students are having fun learning banjo licks from Murphy and Casey and having fun playing together, the youngest banjo player in the family (Dalton Henry, age 7 months) and I will be having fun playing together too!

The music involved, of course, might be a little different. For the Murphy Method students, it will be Banjo in the Hollow and Cripple Creek and tunes like that. For Dalton and myself, the music will include "Go Tell Aunt Roady" and "Way Down Yonder in the Paw-Paw Patch." But a good time will be had by all!


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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.

4 thoughts on “Murphy Method Camp Weekend!

  1. Steve (in Japan)

    Been thinking, that dark green bottle on the table by lamp looks like a uh, uh. No, no it can’t be.

  2. Susan

    Hmmmm, I was much more focused on what appears to be a banjo on Dalton’s left arm and that HUGE smile of his, which has to be about how much fun he expects to have with Grandpa!

  3. Steve (in Japan)

    Oh, yes, yes, a banjo’s there alright and Dalton is wearing a big bluegrass smile on his face. You’re sharp Susan. Way to go! Good to hear from you.

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