- Lynchburg, VA
- Banjo Player
- 144 miles from Ashburn
Experienced utility stringed instrument musician. I would love to play some music with you! Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin, Banjo, and Dobro. I've played…
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In the past year, Banjo Players have sent 49 quotes to event planners
Banjo Players rank #318 in popularity out of 545 categories on GigSalad
108 Banjo Player reviews on GigSalad with an average rating of 4.9 stars
From request to booking, it takes 1.4 days (on average) to hire a Banjo Player
Let’s set the scene. You and your significant other are sitting on the porch of a rustic cabin, rockin’ in your rocking chairs, and sippin’ on a cold glass of sweet tea. You feel a calm breeze brush against your face, and then you hear it... “ding-a-ding-ding-ding-ding-ding-ding-ding.” Ahhh... it’s the beautiful twang of the banjo we all know and love. Nothin’ brings you back to the country roads and the good-ol’-days like listening to the banjo. Whether you’re in need of music for a festival, party, or if you’re needing a new banjo player for your band... look no further than the talented banjo players right here on GigSalad!
With its bluegrass twang, a banjo player can offer a bit of country and folk to any event. From private parties, weddings, or corporate functions to bluegrass festivals and fairs, hiring a banjo player can get any crowd clapping and tapping their feet. Find the perfect banjo player or banjo ensemble for your event on GigSalad.
There are a few things you should consider when hiring a banjo player. First, be sure to listen to audio and watch video samples. You want to be sure you are satisfied with the sound and look of the performer before you book him/her. Next, get references and read reviews. Talk to people in the area who have seen the performer and/or have booked them in the past. Feedback is the best way to ensure you are going to be satisfied with your choice. If you are looking for a banjo player for your band, check to see if they can adapt to different kinds of music and if they play well with unfamiliar bands. Last, always get a contract. Read the contract carefully and work out any details in regards to deposit requirements, length of performance, scheduled breaks, attire, travel, and lodging. Watch for specifications made by the performer and be sure you can meet them.