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Thank You for 20 Wonderful Years - from Barry Hunn

[fa icon="calendar'] May 30, 2017 8:02:00 AM / by Barry Hunn posted in Inside Deering

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I wanted to write a note to all of our customers and dealers with whom I’ve worked for the last 20 years and say….Thank you.

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Thanks For the Memories - Carolina Bridges

[fa icon="calendar'] May 25, 2017 12:24:01 PM / by Carolina Bridges posted in Inside Deering

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If you are old enough to remember the comedian Bob Hope, he used to end many of his live performances with a song called “Thanks for the Memories.” I remember it because it was always sung with a poignant sadness and joy combined. As I retire from over 20 years of working for the Deering Banjo Company, I now understand his feelings better.

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What My Dad Taught Me!

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 16, 2016 5:55:43 PM / by Jamie Deering posted in American Authors, Artist Features, Dad, Email Articles, Fathers Day, Inside Deering, Nathan McEuen, Taught, Vinnie & The Hooligans

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We want to give a shout out and Happy Father's Day to all of the dad's out there!

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What If You Got to Hold The Banjo That Inspired You to Play?

[fa icon="calendar'] May 25, 2016 3:05:25 PM / by Jamie Deering posted in Inside Deering, Kingston Trio, ss Stewart

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We all have the memories and cherished stories of the first time the banjo came into our mind, and we were inspired to play. For some it was Pete Seeger, for others it was Earl Scruggs, or perhaps Bela Fleck. More recently it could have been Steve Martin or The Avett Brothers. For the 13 year old Greg Deering in 1963 it was The Kingston Trio. More specifically, their live Album Stereo Concert.

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Deering 40th Celebration Full of Surprises

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 6, 2015 2:14:56 PM / by Carolina Bridges posted in 40th Anniversary, Inside Deering, News

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Held on board the Star of India in San Diego’s beautiful downtown harbor, the Deering 40th Anniversary Benefit Concert was a magical evening for all who attended. Surprises included performances by Steve Martin, George Grove of Kingston Trio fame, and Johnny Baier, executive director of the American Banjo Museum in Oklahoma City. Guests were treated to hearing Martin and Grove each perform a number with the world renowned headliners, Kruger Brothers Band.

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Here’s to 40 Years of Deering Banjos, Brought To You By The Bluegrass Situation

[fa icon="calendar'] May 20, 2015 9:44:57 AM / by Jamie Deering posted in Inside Deering, The Bluegrass Situation

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Thank you to The Bluegrass Situation for the wonderful acknowledgement and deep reaching mini-documentary about the passion for building banjos and what it means to still be at it after 40 years!

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Anyone Can Play Banjo - Deering Needs You!

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 25, 2014 3:19:48 PM / by Jamie Latty posted in Playing Tips, Email Articles, Goodtime banjo, Inside Deering

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Did You Know that Banjo is the Easiest Instrument to Learn? 

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Meet the Makers - Austin Prince

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 31, 2013 4:45:25 AM / by Jamie Latty posted in Inside Deering, Meet the Makers

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Banjo Bus Adventure Part 2- and Recap!

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 17, 2013 5:38:43 PM / by Jamie Deering posted in Inside Deering

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We left off in the Banjo Bus Adventure Part 1 hitting the road to Guthrie, Oklahoma…the location for the next Gentlemen of The Road Stopover! The first afternoon in town we stopped in and paid a visit to a big part of bluegrass history and talent, Byron Berline and John Hickman at The Double Stop Fiddle Shop. We were honored to get to sit down and spend some time with both of them.

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Banjo Bus Adventure Part 1

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 5, 2013 11:13:26 AM / by Jamie Deering posted in BanjoBus, GOTR, Inside Deering, News

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