I grew up on old fashion music, mostly bluegrass, I learned to buck step when I was 3 years old. Then on the old victrola I listened to Curly Ray Cline and his lonesome pine fiddle, since then I have patterened my fiddle playing after him. I constantly listen to the old fashion gospel blue grass and the hillbilly style of music. Not many here today with this modern day music really knows our real and true music of the hills and from where it came from. Im a die hard fan of the old past bluegrass music, and I play my fiddle with the same. Would not trade it for the world. Being a 61 year old man now, I enjoy the finer points of music such as bluegrass. I enjoy turning on this PANDORA and sitting back. Hope many others can feel the way I do. May GOD BLESS all our past who made it what is now today in our culture of bluegrass music. Always in faith, Alvin Frady from Sylva, N.C.