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John C. Campbell Folk School - Squirrel Butter - Concert at Festival Barn

John C. Campbell Concert Series

Squirrel Butter

As a young adult, Charlie took his banjo and guitar and left his Indiana home for Seattle. In 2003, he became a founding member of the The Tallboys String Band. Soon after, he met his future wife, Charmaine Slaven, and they formed the duo, Squirrel Butter. More recently, he started honky tonk dance band, The Lucky Shots, which features him on electric steel guitar. On banjo Charlie plays clawhammer and finger styles with great skill and creativity. His love of and knowledge of old-time, bluegrass, country, blues and jazz are evident in his banjo playing. An avid songwriter, he writes music with depth, character and variety. He has many original songs on the dozen or so albums that have been made by himself and his various bands.

Concert at Festival Barn

7 pm to 8 pm

All are Welcome

$5 - $10 Suggested Donation Per Person....

October 14, 2022

Cost: Donations are Welcome



John C. Campbell Folk School
1 Folk School Road
Brasstown , NC 28902

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Phone: 828.837.2775
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