More things your music teacher never told you…

Crawfish and bluegrass are a tasty mix, but there is one drawback…

“The only thing is, you’ve got to wash your hands good before you pick up your instrument,” says local bluegrass patriarch Eldon Bryson.   “Otherwise you’ll smell crawfish on your fiddle for a long time.” 

This bit of local wisdom was captured by Lawrence Specker at the Crawfish and Bluegrass Extravaganza presented by the Knights of Columbus at St. Mary Parish in Mobile, Alabama.

A tip of the hat to the Bluegrass Painter

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