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NEW DATE! Tuesday, February 21, 2023
Time: 7:00 p.m. EST
Location: Performance Theater, Birthplace of Country Music Museum & Via Zoom
About Greg Cornett
Greg B. Cornett is a fourth generation musician, born and raised in one of the most musically rich areas in the country – east Tennessee. It is there that he heard his father and grandfather play the songs of the Carter Family and Jimmie Rodgers. His great-grandparents played fiddle and banjo. Greg’s influences are woven into his guitar, mandolin, and banjo to create is own distinctive style.
Wayne C. Henderson is an American guitar maker who specializes in the crafting of handmade, custom acoustic guitars. He also occasionally makes other stringed instruments, such as mandolins, banjos, and fiddles.
Henderson’s guitars are inspired by the great pre-World War II guitars of C.F. Martin & Company, and are hand-built in limited quantities; by October 2012, over five hundred Henderson guitars had been constructed. As of the year 2022, Henderson has built nearly nine hundred acoustic guitars, over one hundred mandolins, and has also built several banjos to add to his name. Henderson was originally exposed to the art of luthiery by a local of Grayson County, Albert Hash. Hash was a violin builder and repairer who gave inspiration to Henderson and helped him learn about different types of wood and how to work with wood.