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John Horne
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John Horne commented on Leanne Regalla's group Teachers
"I second Deidre's suggestion. Justin's videos are excellent."
Feb 3
Clive Davies commented on John Horne's video
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Morning by Clare Fischer

"Clare Fischer, I hadn't heard of her, or this piece... It's got that something in the melody and structure that appeals... - And you play it well John. Clive"
Apr 21, 2013
John Horne commented on Leanne Regalla's group Teachers
"I enjoyed Clive's "African Waltz" and look forward to hearing more etudes in this vein. "
Sep 3, 2012
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 play Morning by Clare Fischer solo guitar arr_ John Horne-[www_flvto_com]

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Which one of the following describes your involvement in music? (Check all that apply)
Gigging or professional musician, Music teacher
How many years have you been playing guitar?
20-30 years
What is your website address?
http://www.johnhorneguitar.com
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At 10:39pm on September 3, 2010, Sam Lester said…
John
Welcome to the Buckeye Pickers. That instrumental piece on your page is really nice. Is that your own composition? I loved it.
Sam Lester
Portsmouth
At 6:23am on October 1, 2009, doug edgell said…
Hi John -
i've been in Oakmont for 10 yrs. but grew up in Wheeling WV...
thanks for friending me on here -
Best,
D
At 8:59am on March 13, 2009, Dan Phelps said…
John--
I love your version of "Linus and Lucy." That is great.

Dan
At 8:40am on March 8, 2009, Mike Herman said…
Hi:)
Mike's wife, Lorna here. I do most of the typing & he does all of the playing! :-)
Interesting - the 'less than familiar' songs & audience interest.... A regular show Mike does - two people stated that "he always plays the same songs" = my comment was, no - he doesn't, he's adding at least one new tune each gig, and the ear only thinks it the 'same ole' because the mind recognizes it. However = on the opposite side - a large group of people actually walked out of the Bob Dillon concert here a few months ago because "they didn't recognize any of the songs"!!!!
Solo Acoustic certainly has it's challenges! I'm sure Toby Walker could give us all some invaluable tips & insight on that!!! :-)
Can't please all the people all the time...a wise one once told me.
:-)
~~~L~~~
At 12:49am on February 9, 2009, Abunawazam said…
good web.
At 12:20am on February 5, 2009, Doc Fleetwood said…
John
Noticed your blog reference to the Radio Deluxe downloads page. Great, we have saved the weekly downloads of the show going back to Nov. '07. Just great music and entertainment. You might also be interested in the Radio Deluxe Community http://radiodeluxe.ning.com , another "ning thing" like this community created by John and laid out very similar. It's not just players but music lovers also focusing on the Great American Songbook and all things Radio Deluxe and Pizzarelli (even Bucky - I posted a great video of Bucky and Howard Alden smoking on Cherokee on the site) and Molaskey. Though not as active as the Acoustic Guitar community I have developed some great friendships there. Would certainly love to have you join the fray. BTW the RD show had a great version, a couple of weeks ago, of the Berlin Song "The Best Things Happen While You Dance" (Remember Danny Kaye and Vera Ellen dancing on the dock in White Christmas) done by Kurt Elling ... just swinging. Always a song I loved but Elling's take compelled me to do a fingerstyle arrangement of it that I just finished charting. Lots of inspiration to be had there.
Doc
At 11:30pm on February 3, 2009, Doc Fleetwood said…
John
Thanks for signing on to the Fingerstyle Jazz group. I'm hoping we can generate some good discussions and interaction with like minded players with this group.
Doc
At 10:44pm on January 29, 2009, Doc Fleetwood said…
Just wanted to thank you for the friends request. Look forward to our interaction in this community
Doc Fleetwood
At 7:11pm on January 27, 2009, Lu said…
They had a nice palette to choose from. NGW page offered the same custom options. I like seeing a quick list of JHG blog posts on your page. I'm had not been aware of MLK's exalted speech concerning jazz prior to reading it last week. Left me with lots to ponder.
I was reflecting on my baker's dozen list of favorite artists and suddenly realized 8 of those selections would maybe have never reached my ears but for you. A far better existence I have for knowing them, without question. How can that not be the highest measure of achievement of a teacher's influence or impact.?
Once again, Thanx

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