Up in Folk

Left Handed

Jimi Hendrix (Ferguson 1979:121)

Tim Armstrong (Rancid)

Perry Bamonte (ex-The Cure)

Jill Barber

Eric Bogle

Martin Bramah (The Fall/Blue Orchids)

Jonathan Butler[1]

Jo Callis (The Rezillos/The Human League) - Plays guitar left-handed.

Calogero - Plays guitar and bass left-handed[2]

Ali Campbell (ex-UB40)

Robin Campbell (UB40)

Kurt Cobain (Nirvana) (Stetin 2001:5)

David Cook

Billy Ray Cyrus

Fyfe Dangerfield (Guillemots)

Willie Duncan (Spider Murphy Gang)

Elliot Easton (The Cars)

Klaus Eichstadt (Ugly Kid Joe)

John Flansburgh (They Might Be Giants)

Eagle "Bones" Falconhawk (The AquabatsDeath By Stereo)

Michael "Mikeydemus" Fry (Skindred)

Paulo Furtado (Wraygunn/The Legendary Tigerman)

Paul Gray (Slipknot) (left-handed) Started out playing right-handed, then changed to left-handed because it was more comfortable.

Ollie Halsall

Imai Hisashi (Buck-Tick)

"Kuddel" Andreas von Holst (Die Toten Hosen)

Ben Howard

Tony Iommi (Black Sabbath) (Stetin 2001:5)

Paskal Jakobsen (BLØF)

Lars Johansson (Candlemass)

George Johnson (Brothers Johnson)

Mark "Kazzer" Kasprzyk (Redlight King/Solo)

Dave Kilminster (former lefty; originally played left-handed until injury, now exclusively plays right-handed)

Dave King (Flogging Molly)

Hayley Kiyoko

Dickey Lee[3]

Dave Longstreth (Dirty Projectors)

Gregor Mackintosh (Paradise Lost)

Paul McCartney (The Beatles) McCartney first tried playing right-handed, but was making no progress. He saw a picture of Slim Whitman playing left-handed and realized that it was necessary to reverse the guitar, pick with the left hand, and reverse the strings (Babiuk 2001:14).

Al McKay (Earth, Wind & Fire (Stetin 2001:5)

Mike "Gunface" McKenzie (The Red Chord)

Luke Morley (Thunder / The Union)

Paul Mullen (The Automatic/Young Legionnaire/Yourcodenameis:milo)

Iggy Pop

Mac Powell (Third Day)

Omar Rodríguez-López (At the Drive-In/The Mars Volta)

Verónica Romeo

Cesar Rosas (Los Lobos)

Lukas Rossi - Can play the guitar with either hand.

Craig Scanlon (The Fall)

Jeffrey Steele (formerly of Boy Howdy)

Sylvia Tyson

Blake Schwarzenbach (Jawbreaker)

Josey Scott (Saliva)

Arnim Teutoburg-Weiß (Beatsteaks)

Michael Fry (a.k.a. Mikey Demus) (Skindred)

Ragnar Þórhallsson (Of Monsters and Men)

Zacky Vengeance (Avenged Sevenfold)

Douglas Verhoeven (In-Quest)

Davey von Bohlen (The Promise Ring/Cap'n Jazz/Maritime)

Kaizer Von Loopy (Hanzel Und Gretyl)

Ryan Waste (Municipal Waste)

Evan West (New Hollow) Both guitar and bass.

Andrew White (Kaiser Chiefs)

Felix White (The Maccabees)

Slim Whitman

Atahualpa Yupanqui

Brad Turcotte (Brad Sucks)

Buddy Miles

Cameron Liddell (Asking Alexandria)

Eef Barzelay (Clem Snide)

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Name that Album Cover

Neurtal Milk Hotel - The Aeroplane Over The Sea (1998)

In the Aeroplane Over the Sea is Neutral Milk Hotel's second and final album. The album was released in the U.S. in 1998 on Merge Records and May 1998 on Blue Rose Records in the UK.

The album was the sixth-best-selling vinyl album in 2008 and still sells well. The album's cover art was a developled by Jeff Mangum and R.E.M.'s staff designer, Chris Bilheimer. The general design reflects the taste of Mangum: old-timey, magic, semi-circus, turn-of-the-century, penny arcade kind of imagery.

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