Bluegrass Banjo "Rocks" Navy Choir!


Added on Sep 21, 2009

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U.S. Navy Choir marches out singing "Anchors Aweigh," followed by a brief banjo instrumental of "Foggy Mountain Breakdown," and then the Bluejacket Choir sings "Rocky Top." The choir (from Recruit Company 947 "Triple Threat") performed as entertainment for Recruit Training Command's "Pass In Review" Graduation Ceremony at Great Lakes, IL. 17 Jan 1986. Choir conducted by: Dennis Lawrence Guitar: Roy Grace Banjo: Wayne French on a Gibson Mastertone RB-250. There is a more recent video of me playing banjo on Youtube. Please visit: "Fleck's Reverie -A Navy Banjoman's Final Salute!" Finally, I'd like to give a shout-out to the United States Navy Band's "Country Current!" This country-bluegrass group is the Navy's premier country music ensemble. The group is under the direction of banjoist Chief Musician Keith Arneson and performs in the Washington DC area. If you get the chance to go see them...please do! For more info on their schedule, visit:

Channels: Choirs, Schools and College  

Tags: bluegrass  banjo  navy  choir  rocky  top  foggy  breakdown  wayne  french  anchors  aweigh  recruit  bootcamp  RTC  Military  Tennessee 


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