The definitive online repository of photographs of bluegrass musicians pointing at t-shirts.
Not content with pushing the boundaries of bluegrass and old-time music, Crooked Still’s Greg Liszt has now taken to subverting the concept of bluegrass musicians pointing at t-shirts.
Purists will argue that he’s not even pointing at the t-shirt, whilst the progressive t-shirt pointing community will no doubt embrace Liszt’s forward-thinking style.
Mollie O’Brien and Rich Moore had never pointed at a t-shirt before and were obviously quite intimidated by the experience.
They have since entered a strict training regime with highly regarded t-shirt pointing experts and should be able to approach a t-shirt pointing opportunity with the minimum of fuss within the next few months.
Eric Thorin shows us that bluegrass musicians pointing at t-shirts is srs bsns.
It looks like banjo player Tony Furtado could give John Lowell a run for his money when it comes to innovative ways to point at t-shirts.
Here we see Furtado point at a t-shirt seemingly being worn by a younger version of himself.
Is this mere coincidence or has Furtado travelled through time to create arguably the best example of a bluegrass musician pointing at a t-shirt we’ve seen so far?
Whilst Chris Stuart can’t contain his enthusiasm for pointing at t-shirts, mandolinist John Reischman prefers to adopt a more measured, methodical approach.
You may think Stuart’s style is more entertaining, but this quiet efficiency allows Reischman to point at more t-shirts per day than Stuart, who is usually worn out by lunchtime.
Wow, that crazy John Lowell is once again setting new standards for bluegrass musicians pointing at t-shirts.
Not content with being one of the first ever bluegrass musicians to point at a t-shirt (or two), he’s now pointing at his own t-shirt, whilst someone who looks just like him points at it too!
And to make this even more amazing, the lookalike is none other than bluegrass musician John Moore!
Brilliant. Just brilliant.
It’s about time someone from the world of old-time got involved in t-shirt pointing.
Here’s clawhammer guru Joe Newberry showing those flashy bluegrass kids how they used to point at t-shirts in the good old days.
This is where the world of bluegrass musicians pointing at t-shirts can get seedy.
Not only are Greg Cahill, John Moore and John Lowell participating in a sordid t-shirt pointing threesome, but they are allowing politics to interfere with the pure, child-like wonder of bluegrass musicians pointing at t-shirts.
Draw your own conclusions as to which bluegrass musician is pointing at which now-deposed leader and what it might all mean.