I had to look twice to see J.D. Crowe in this little u-tube clip, though there was no mistaking the rat-tat-tat of that banjo. Moon Mullins used to say when a banjo player was good it was like a “hen peckin' corn out of a No. 2 washtub.” J.D. Remains on top of the banjo world though I think Joe Mullins is coming up behind him. I wish I were young enough again to sit at the Red Slipper Lounge at the Holiday Inn in Lexington, Kentucky, to listen to J.D., Tony Rice, Ricky Skaggs, and Jerry Douglas play some very fine bluegrass music. It hooked me, and I've been listening ever since.