explore the legacy of the banjo through the eyes of two practitioners
 together they evoke the connection this instrument holds for all players

I've lived in Louisiana, I've lived in Tennessee, but the West Virginia mountains keep on calling me. They call it almost heaven, that's one place on earth I'd like to be. 
 - Don Stover

A film by
 John Paulson Productions


It's wood and metal and skin and string; it's ivory and ebony and brass. But I think of the banjo as more than that, which is the various performances and persons who have played it.
 - Stephen Wade