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Forty years ago, Jack Hicks was a teenage banjo sensation, good enough to land jobs with some of the biggest names in bluegrass. After disappearing from the scene for a few years, he didn't have to look any farther than the next house over for an opportunity to get back into the swing of things. "I had quit picking and had decided to start again, and John (Rigsby) was playing for Melvin Goins. And Melvin was my next-door neighbor. So, when I started back picking again, I told Melvin if he ever needed anybody, to holler at me, and he did."  ...

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