Moving From YouTube To Patreon

Starting today, all 788 of our YouTube music workshops have been unlisted. The full playlist will be available on Patreon for $5.00 a month.

Visit https://www.patreon.com/join/Dobro33H? and choose The Costello Video Archive option for $5.00 a month. We will send you a URL to the full playlist.

If you are already paying $5.00 in the Funky Folkies program, contact us for a URL.

Suboxone Withdrawal Music Workshop Series – Day Three

Going cold turkey from Suboxone – a drug that helps control opioid addiction. It’s going to be the worst 72 hours of my life, so between Friday and Tuesday I will be posting music workshops.

This video was recorded at the end of the third day. We discuss learning to play basic frailing banjo and acoustic guitar – with an emphasis on breaking away from tab.

https://www.patreon.com/Dobro33H
http://www.frailingbanjo.com

This Week on the Daily Frail

I have a super-crazy week ahead, with medical appointments today and tomorrow. On Wednesday a friend from church is driving me up to Johns Hopkins to start the process of getting new sound processors for my BAHA implant.

To keep The Daily Frail rolling along, I prerecorded the entire weeks worth of workshops. We will be going over songs by Tom Paxton, Hank Williams, Kate Wolf and that most prolific of songwriters, Public Domain.

Each workshop has a lyric and chord sheet.

Our Patreon sponsors can tune in here: https://www.patreon.com/Dobro33H

I will try to get something up on YouTube if I can.

We will be at Christ Fellowship Bible Church tonight for Monday Music Night!

Be sure to join Dear Old Dad’s Facebook group, Tab Monkey Rescue!

Wish me luck. This is going to be a tough week for me. Prayers, positive thoughts and all good stuff would be greatly appreciated.

God bless,
-Patrick

Tab Monkey Rescue

Join our new Facebook group: Tab Monkey Rescue

A tab-free zone where folks who play fretted and stringed instruments such as banjo, guitar, mandolin and fiddle can give advice, answer questions and post videos aimed at helping folks ditch the tablature crutch and join the brotherhood/sisterhood of musicians.

If you are a learning a fretted or stringed instrument and are caught in a tablature failure loop feel free to ask for help out of the trap.
If you are able to play, sing and jam without reading or memorizing tablature feel free to reply to a specific question or post advice aimed at helping folks see the big picture.

Open to all instruments, genres and styles.