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Category: "Acoustic"

A Sweet Little Sound Check Teaser From Bedell Guitars at NAMM

  05/10/12 07:04, by , Categories: Guitar, Acoustic, BFMN Exclusive, BFMN Exclusive, Guitar Players, Dan Grigor, Dan Grigor, Demonstration, Review, Performance Video, Dan Grigor, Dan Grigor, Video, NAMM 2012 Music, video , Tags: barefoot music, bedell guitars, cutaway, dan grigor, fingerpicking, namm, six string
A little teaser for the upcoming piece on Bedell Guitars.
We’ll have an interview with Tom Bedell and show off his cool guitars.
Stay Tuned!

The Good Taste of Meritage at Callaway

  03/08/12 17:07, by , Categories: Guitar, Acoustic, Music News, BFMN Exclusive, Dan Grigor, wakitu, Review, Video , Tags: 12-string acoustic blues fusion, callaway winery, chef, dan grigor, meritage at callaway, micheal henry, mike henry, tapas, temecula, wine country, winery

by Wakitu

February 26 was a very special anniversary for Dan Grigor and me, and we decided to start the day in a very special way: clinking wine glasses over Sunday brunch at the Meritage, overlooking the vines of Callaway’s Vineyard and Winery. What an exquisite choice that turned out to be!

Click through for more about Meritage
and a live performance video!

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The Pour House in Paso Robles Puts the Special in Specialty Beer Bar

  02/19/12 19:33, by , Categories: Acoustic, BFMN Exclusive, Dan Grigor, wakitu, Review, Video , Tags: 12-string, dan grigor, guitar, paso robles, pour house, san luis obispo, shawn copen, winery

by Wakitu

In November each year, Dan Grigor gravitates to the Paso Robles area to share some “quality time” with a group of dear friends, laughing and drinking their way through Wine Country in a tour bus…equipped with a stripper pole. Last year, we launched a new tradition – and helped finance the adventure – by arriving a little early to make new friends and let his 12-string ring in some of the lovely venues in the area.

Though it may not be the fanciest location we played, at our first stop at The Pour House, just off the 101, we found a “Tap Room and Beer Shoppe” where the vibe is absolutely as good as it gets.

Click through for more and a video from The Paso Pour House

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The Slow Moving Lions of the Vegetable World and I

  10/15/11 09:01, by , Categories: Acoustic, BFMN Exclusive, Bands, Dan Grigor, Featured Artist, Awesome Nobodies , Tags: awesome nobodies, dan grigor, san francisco, slow moving lions

By Dan Grigor

A severely under-featured feature of our site is “Awesome Nobodies.” I would like to take this opportunity to revive it with the wonderful surprise that is the Slow Moving Lions of the Vegetable World. What a treat. Picture this: 4-part harmony, a cello, a guitar, a mandolin and a saw. Yup, you read the right, a saw. What a lovely sound, the cello and the saw, but there are so many wonderful combinations: the pretty voice of Liz Reid and the mandolin, two male voices and Liz, the guitar and the cello, the saw and the mandolin… Ahhh I’m losing track. It’s awesome. Liz sings, plays the guitar and is the principle songwriter; Kevin Skalba has been playing the cello since he was a child; Aaron Burke plays the saw with a subtle, tasty flair; Jacob Stahl is a mandolin maniac! They opened for me at a show recently at Kimo’s in San Francisco and I was so pleased they agreed to play. Delightful they are!

Click through for an awesome video from our show.

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New post on the After NAMM Blog

  03/21/10 03:50, by , Categories: Guitar, Acoustic, NAMM 2010, BFMN Exclusive , Tags: _dan grigor_, barefoot, barefootmusicnews, blues, dan tyminski, david crosby, guitar, martin, namm 2010

We have a new Post up on the NAMMBlog tab.

A BFMN Exclusive video, Part Two of the five-part Martin Guitar series.

Click over here to check it out.

London's Guitar Nation Festival 2010 Intends to Take the Power Back

  02/16/10 01:09, by , Categories: Guitar, Acoustic, Electric, Music News, Festivals and Events , Tags: barefoot, grigor, guitar nation festival 2010, iron maiden, steve vai, toto, whitesnake

Guitar Nation Festival 2010, to be held in London May 8 and 9, is expected to be a two-day musical delight of performances, demonstrations, seminars and debates for guitarists and music industry professionals.

A broad variety of Master classes will be offered to appeal to those serious about working in Music.

Steve Vai will be making his only professional visit to the UK of 2010 to help attendees interested in “Making it in the Music Industry.”

In an exclusive from the USA, John Page, founder of the Fender Custom shop and creator of Fender Museum, will be speaking on greatest guitar designs.

Iron Maiden’s Nicko McBrain, Toto’s Steve Lukather, and ex-Whitesnake guitarist Bernie Marsden are also among those whose attendance is already confirmed.

A complete list is available at the Guitar Nation Festival 2010 website. They give fair warning: “Pass availability is very limited and they will sell very quickly. Book early to avoid disappointment and save money.”

And if you get to attend, please take lots of great pictures and send them to barefootmusicnews.com, where you will receive full credit and endless adulation.

How to Keep Your Guitar Away From Crocodiles

  02/10/10 13:20, by , Categories: Guitar, Acoustic, Electric, Music News , Tags: barefootmusicnews, deal, distribution, grigor, guitar hanger, next entertainment

How do you keep your guitar out of sight and safe from crocodiles and other rampaging beasts? If you live in Australia, you can now get The Guitar Hanger

 

The company has inked a deal for distribution in Australia with Next Entertainment Technology. With over 25 years in the business, Australia’s leading wholesale supplier says, “The Guitar Hanger is an exciting “must have” addition to their specialist hardware and cable products.”

 


HOW IT WORKS

The Guitar Hanger allows you to have quick and easy access to your instrument by hanging it in the nearest closet. Slide it in, twist the neck and it is securely stored. Take another guitar out and, in less than 5 seconds,  you are back playing.

That’s it. Simply slide it in, turn and the guitar is locked in place.

So, next time you have crocs or kids or flooding into your house, or just need a safe convenient place to store your guitar, try The Guitar Hanger.

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