• Guess the Mandolin Dawg is Playing, Win $100 Gift Certificate to Acoustic Disc

    Win $100 gift certificate to Acoustic Disc by identify what mandolins David Grisman plays on his new recording.
    Dawg Trio Plays Tunes & Sings Songs

    Starting Tuesday, Nov. 5, 7:30 a.m. Central visitors to the Mandolin Cafe will have the opportunity to stream all of David Grisman's mandolin solos from the new recording David Grisman's Dawg Trio Plays Tunes & Sings Songs, and decide which mandolin he plays on each cut through a web form submission similar to the Cafe's previous Giveaways.

    The individual that guesses all tracks correctly or comes closest will win a $100 gift certificate to Acoustic Disc. In the case of a tie in correct guesses a random drawing will select a single winner. The giveaway ends 7:30 a.m. Nov. 19 at 7:30 a.m. with correct answers provided for all to see in the comments section of this article.

    No purchase is necessary and the contest is open to all visitors of the Mandolin Cafe.

    Dawg Trio Plays Tunes & Sings Songs is a collaboration between David Grisman, multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter Danny Barnes and Samson Grisman on bass.

    Their debut recording features nine brand new Dawg compositions and three original songs by Barnes, recorded live in Grisman's Dawg Studios. This unique ensemble displays an incredibly wide range of styles, from swing to bluegrass and old time to Dawg.

    Track Listing

    • Intro
    • Spud Boy
    • Old Timey Art
    • Little Bitty Town
    • Dawg On A String
    • Big Blue
    • No End Of Love
    • Blue Dawg
    • Lobster Rolls
    • Money Moves Up
    • Funky Plunky
    • Zaydeh's Waltz
    • Super Grits
    • Razzle Dazzle
    • It's A Long Long Way to The Top


    From the recording, the track "Razzle Dazzle."

    Additional Information

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      All of the streaming tracks of Dawg's breaks from the album have been archived here for future listening: https://www.mandolincafe.com/archive...dawgplays.html