Bing Futch performs with Hollis Wright on mandolin for a trio of old time fiddle tunes in the key of A: "Texas", "Sandy Boys" and "Hangman's Reel." After a standing ovation from the audience, Jerry Wright asks the duo for one more and they oblige with "John Stinson's #2." Recorded March 31st, 2012 by Sarah Cannon at the Palestine Old Time Music and Dulcimer Festival.
Bing Futch performs on Native American flute and explains the meaning behind his end song gesture. Then, a Texas favorite, "Simon Brothers Mercantile." Recorded March 31st, 2012 by Sarah Cannon at the Palestine Old Time Music and Dulcimer Festival.
Recorded March 31st by Sarah Cannon during the evening concert at Palestine Old Time Music and Dulcimer Festival.Bing Futch describes how he bumped into Steve and Donna Bing in one of the jams and invited them up for both the Friday and Saturday concerts. Here they perform a trio of fiddle tunes in the key of G: "Booth Shot Lincoln", "Colored Aristocracy" and "Barlow Knife."
Recorded on March 31st, 2012 by Sarah Cannon at the Palestine Old Time Music and Dulcimer Festival. While sitting in the green room backstage waiting to go on, Bing Futch meets up with guitarist Lucas White and they enjoy a jam together. Before you know it, they're onstage together juking Bing's original tune "Red-Headed Lover." Luke has performed with the Zac Brown Band and has opened for The Marshall Tucker Band as well.
A fun-filled visit with 2006 National Mountain Dulcimer Champion Jeff Hames includes a spin in a classic 1968 Dodge Dart, a look at his McSpadden collection and a wild duet with Jeff and Bing Futch on "John Stinson's #2." Recorded on location in Madison, Mississippi during a stop on Bing's 2012 Tour. Shot and edited using the iPhone 4!