- n. Plural form of banjo.
“Had two fiddles, two tambourines, two banjos, and two sets of bones.”
“I had always gone there and looked at guitars and hammer dulcimers and banjos," she says.”
“I had always gone there and looked at guitars and hammer dulcimers and banjos.”
“The Decemberists pull the Americana card on their sixth studio album, picking up the acoustic guitars, banjos, and harmonicas left behind from those '70s Neil Young records.”
“Both efforts seem to abandon the homespun banjos for more electronica and auto-tuned vocals and mysterious transitions that tend to explode into full blown epics like the 17 minute "Djohariah" to close out "Delighted" and the 25 minute "Impossible Soul" to close out "Adz.”
“Too many damned banjos and the infernal twang makes me want to marry my cousin.”
“All Answers from KingFisher907 wrote 45 weeks 6 days ago heh. .depends on if I heard 'dueling banjos' in the background ..”
“Two of the cars were set up as performance space: plenty of room for pianos, banjos, drum sets, accordions, hanger-outers.”
“Violins, banjos and mandolins immediately follow: an alt-country "Cosmic Pulse" and fiddle jam on "Lexington," with members jigging on "What is Time?”
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