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Pickin' Party Pictures - November 16, 2002

JD Norman and Dave Duncan started things rolling with a nice long set of good ol' thumb pickin' tunes.  Those boys can play, folks.
In between checking people in and trying to separate them from as much of thar money as I could - I'd sit in behind JD and Dave.  They even let me lead a couple.  ----   Whar's ma' Grecian Formula - and, Viagra???
Pete Peel trying out Mike Kerwin's early model Super Chet...
Old friends...  Donnie Pierson and Scotty Anderson.  We just can't get Pierson to pick for us at a party..
Scotty was a lot of fun to be around.
The man blows out some music, my friends. 
Here is is rippin' off one of his patented "triple stops."
Thanks, again, to Arnold Alpert for taking these pictures.