We Banjo 3 | Deering Live Shorts

by David Bandrowski

 

 

We are very excited to feature our first full band, We Banjo 3 on Deering Live! Debuting in the U.S. in 2012, We Banjo 3 has since emerged as fast-rising touring darlings in the country that two of the members now call home. The Galway, Ireland, and Nashville-based quartet––comprised of two sets of brothers, Enda & Fergal Scahill and Martin & David Howley––continually push musical boundaries while maintaining an unwavering devotion to the essential audience experience. WB3 seamlessly converge the shared and varied traditions of Americana, Bluegrass, and Celtic music with pop-sensible songcraft to create a truly unique and gratifying signature sound.

 

We edited this Deering Live to create Deering Live Shorts - short digestible pieces of Deering Live so you can quickly learn one technique, see one song performance, or listen to one section of the interview and then go on with your day. Enjoy!

Technique Tips For Irish Tenor Banjo

17 Fret vs 19 Fret Tenor Banjos

Irish Banjo Tunings

Full Deering Live Episode with We Banjo 3

 

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