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On this DVD Flatpicking Guitar Magazine presents three of the most talented guitar players in acoustic music performing together in a live concert setting. Bryan Sutton (IBMA Guitar Player of the Year award winner, former lead guitarist with Ricky Skaggs and Kentucy Thunder, and one of Nashville's top session players), Jim Hurst (two- time IBMA Guitar Player of the Year award winner), and highly respected guitar veteran Tim Stafford (Dusty Miller, Alison Krauss + Union Station, Blue Highway) provide a thoroughly enjoyable performance. These three masters of the acoustic guitar perform as a trio, in different duo configurations, solo, and with vocalist Ronnie Bowman. Their respective songwriting talents are also highlighted as each presents a variety of songs and tunes that they have written through their distinguished careers. Guitar players will appreciate the left- and right-hand close-ups prevalent throughout the DVD. A total of 18 tunes are presented: "Temperance Reel," "Deep River Blues," "A Minor Infraction," "The Pearl of Pearl Kentucky," "Guidology," "Rambling Heart," "Stafford's Stomp," "Forked Deer," "If Only For A Day," "Obsession," "Midwestern Town," "Decision at Glady Fork," "Texas Gales," "The Good Deed," "Crazy Locomotion Blues," "Mando Bounce," "Horseshoe Bend," and "St. Anne's Reel."

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