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Half-Price DVD of the Month:
Easy Songs for Banjo

This DVD, taught by Casey Henry, features popular jam session favorites like Old Home Place, Nine-Pound Hammer, Salty Dog, and an all-purpose break for any song with a G-C-D-G chord progression. Also one of the most well-known bluegrass songs ever: The Ballad Of Jed Clampett. These are stand-alone lessons. No need to do them in the order listed. On sale this month for $14.98 Watch a clip and order it here.

Congratulations to IBMA Banjo Player of the Year Nominees Gina Furtado and Ned Luberecki

Two of our esteemed Murphy Method instructors are nominated for the banjo award at IBMA this year: Gina Furtado and Ned Luberecki. This is Gina's second nomination, and Ned won in 2018. Check out their instructional offerings below:

A Little Something For Everyone

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Start With The Melody

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Newest DVD!

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New Last Year

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Start Out Right!

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Guitar Basics

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Mandolin Basics

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Ned Luberecki

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Which DVD Comes Next?

We've recently updated our recommended song order for all levels of our DVDs. Because our method and material were developed over many years, we've found better ways to teach now than just plowing straight through each DVD. Take a minute to look over our ideal order for learning at every level. These are for the original releases of the DVDs. If you have NEW Beginning Banjo 1, 2, and 3 just go straight through, and don't stray from the path!

Beginning Banjo Track

Intermediate Banjo Track

Advanced Banjo Track Part 1

Advanced Banjo Track Part 2

News and Notes

2020 Camps Dates:
All camps are held in Winchester, Va., and taught by Murphy and Casey Henry. To see details visit our camps page. Registration for all camps is now open.

Beginning Banjo Camp - October 23-25, 2020 (Fingers crossed...)

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