The American Banjo Museum Says Nobody Puts Banjo In a Corner

One of the elaborate banjo designs at the museum.
Promotion for the attributes of the four-string.
Les Paul Gibson. Banjo.
You can hear Ringo singing “Yellow Submarine” with a banjo.
One of the earliest surviving banjos.
Georgette Twain, no relation to Mark or Shania, but a fine banjoist.

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David Hinckley wrote for the New York Daily News for 35 years. Now he drives his wife crazy by randomly quoting Bob Dylan and “Casablanca.”

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David Hinckley

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David Hinckley wrote for the New York Daily News for 35 years. Now he drives his wife crazy by randomly quoting Bob Dylan and “Casablanca.”

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