Artist Bland Hoke asked guitar, pick, string and instrument manufacturers for surplus banjo parts for his “Banjostand” to be on display at the IBMA festival in Raleigh this fall.
Artist Bland Hoke asked guitar, pick, string and instrument manufacturers for surplus banjo parts for his “Banjostand” to be on display at the IBMA festival in Raleigh this fall. Bland Hoke
Artist Bland Hoke asked guitar, pick, string and instrument manufacturers for surplus banjo parts for his “Banjostand” to be on display at the IBMA festival in Raleigh this fall. Bland Hoke
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Strummers can jam on public art piece ‘Banjostand’ at World of Bluegrass

May 24, 2014 08:00 PM

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