Explore Pete Seeger, Banjos, and more!

Explore related topics

Banjoists

Pete Seeger, Songwriter and Champion of Folk Music,

Steve Martin and Ed Helms Photographed by Sam Jones for Rolling Stone Magazine

comedynerdsunited: “ “ Steve Martin and Ed Helms photographed by Sam Jones for Rolling Stone Magazine ” I’d pay big money to see that banjo duel.

If I could, I'ld pin everything from this blog.

Pete Seegar and Joan Baez Pete Seeger Joan Baez photographe by Martin Schoeller oh my stars this makes me cry

Banjo Player in studio - notice his artificial leg

A black banjo player with a wooden leg. Photograph, ca.

capitaine spock with banjo

playing the banjo.

by Annie Leibovitz Pete Seeger Croton on Hudson, New York 2001

Annie Leibovitz - Pete Seeger, Croton on Hudson, New York 2001 Gelatin Silver Print

Steve Martin

10 Celebrities With Surprising Hidden Talents

steve martin Martin was born in Waco, Texas, on August the son of Mary Lee (née Stewart) and Glenn Vernon Martin, a real estate salesman and aspiring actor.

“You know what your problem is, it's that you haven't seen enough movies - all of life's riddles are answered in the movies.” Steve Martin

Episode 208: Steve Martin

Steve Martin - “The banjo is such a happy instrument--you can't play a sad song on the banjo - it always comes out so cheerful.

Girlz plunk!

Girlz plunk!

Scott's banjo!

Scott's old banjo

Dock Boggs - Appalachian banjo innovator who played a bluesy style. Recorded 8 sides in the late twenties and wasn't heard from again until the folk music revival of the '60s.

Smithsonian Folkways - Dock Boggs: Legendary Singer and Banjo Player - Dock Boggs

Banjo 1845-1855, United States (Maryland) The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

(ok I know, I know it's not a guitar xD) Boucher Banjo United States (Maryland) The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

She entered her first music contest in Canton, N.C., when she was still playing her “cheap 10 cent banjo,” Samantha Bumgarner told a Sylva [NC] Herald reporter years later.

Samantha Bumgarner

She entered her first music contest in Canton, N., when she was still playing her “cheap 10 cent banjo,” Samantha Bumgarner told a Sylva [NC] Herald reporter years later.

Appalachian Charm

Banjo Player Aunt Samanthey with bees n butterfly on her banjo.

art

More beautiful banjo art :) loverly.

Banjo

A banjo player Banjo playing became an object of popular white culture in the US and later in Britain as a result of the Blackface Minstrel shows

Pinterest
Search