Introducing Nick Pangaro!

So I posted on the Facebook page New Hampshire Acoustic Music Association that I needed a mandolin player to record on one of the tunes on my album and I was surprised to receive a message from Nick - he would love to record a mandolin track on it! We emailed back and forth for a couple of weeks then scheduled a day/time to come into the studio.

What happened next was music magic! Nick is an accomplished mandolin and harmonica player - he says he dabbles at playing guitar but if he plays guitar half as well as he plays mando , he's pretty awesome!

It was a great session, Nick knocked it out of the park with tracking mando parts and not to mention he's a super nice guy and turns out since both of us are from the "mountains" - he's into Bluegrass Music - just like I am!

Thank you Nick! It was great meeting you and working with you!

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