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34 Elton Brindley 35 Elton Brindley, Ellis Windham, and Eric Brindley. Sabine River Opry, Fields, ca. 1970. Photo courtesy of Elton Brindley. Over the years, he has played with his friends from around Starks (Nathan Hyatt, Huey Buxton, Richard Langley, Norman Gibson, and Joe Suchanek) and all the Windhams (Clayton, Ellis, George, and Enoch). Being a sought-after country band fiddler, Elton has played at many clubs in southwest Louisiana and in east Texas, including the Club 87, Buster’s Lounge, and Louann’s Club.
Mastern’s maternal grandfather, Lee Peters, played in this style, and this was the style that brother Adrian L. tended to use on most of his hoedowns. Mastern used the longbow style of playing, a style his father had played and taught him. ” This style involves slurring and playing multiple notes per bow stroke. Mastern has mastered this longbow style of playing to a T. By the late 1940s, Mastern began venturing away from the family group and playing with bands in clubs around Leesville. ” He also entered a few fiddle contests and remembers entering the Vernon Parish Fair fiddle contest on several occasions in the late 1940s and early fifties.
During the period from 1962 to 1976, Mastern entered and won numerous fiddle contests. He won the Beauregard Parish Fair contest seven years in a row, a feat accomplished by only two other fiddlers, Theodosia Iles and Cecil Burge. He placed high in all the other contests and in 1975 came in second at the Louisiana State Championship in Boyce. Mastern Brack 33 The musical talent of the Brack family continues to provide beautiful string music throughout west central Louisiana. Mastern’s daughters, Kathy and Becky, and their children continue the string tradition, first learning classical string technique from Dr.