Three Thin Dimes

Three Thin Dimes
Three Thin Dimes

Three Thin Dimes – by J.W. Hutchison / J.D. Hutchison Music / BMI


Recorded June 29th, 2016 at the Butcher Shoppe, Nashville
Engineered by David Ferguson
Tim O’Brien – mandolin
Mike Bub – bass
David Grier – guitar
Noam Pikelny - banjo

Song Notes:

I first heard this tune as played by the Hutchison Brothers band on their fine Vetco Records release back in about 1976 or so. John and Zeke Hutchison’s father wrote the tune and taught it to the band’s fiddler Greg Dearth. I stayed with J.W. and his wife Emma Jane once or twice. J.W. was retired by then and spent his early mornings with a room full of fiddles, a cup of coffee, and a cigar. He loved all kinds of music and was proud of where his boys took the music. The band on this track is a fine bunch of old friends. I wish J.W. could have been around to hear Shad Cobb fiddle his tune.

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