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November 14, 2010 | Introducing The Barry Mando Project

We've mentioned the intriguing electric jazz stylings of Kentucky thoroughbred 5-string baritone mandolinist, Danny Williams before. His YouTube channel is a treat, another one of our favorite musicians that likes to think the mandolin out of the box.

This video production gives a brief, but very artistic introduction to the instrument and the band, the Barry Mando Project, Danny's versatile trio.

View video: Introducing The Barry Mando Project.

Artist website: BariMando.com.
Be sure to friend him on Facebook, too!

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Posted by Ted at November 14, 2010 6:29 AM


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