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Inside the Banjoverse connects with the unique journeys of music’s most celebrated roots artists - delving into the thoughts, emotions and experiences that drive and inspire them to art and to greatness. Hosted by We Banjo 3’s Enda Scahill––Ireland’s four-time banjo champion and a self-confessed technophobe and recovering perfectionist–– Enda uses his musical experience (he coined the term banjo-dysmorphia “what I think I’m playing, you might be hearing differently?”), candor (I’m in a band ...
 
Host Paul Trenwith is a founder member of the Hamilton County Bluegrass Band, playing banjo and occasionally singing harmony parts. From the mid-70's to the mid-90's, Paul and his fiddle-playing wife Colleen played as mostly gospel music, bluegrass-style, with a group of friends, and often featuring songs that Paul had written. He has become something of a musical 'jack-of-all-trades', playing banjo, dobro, pedal steel and rhythm guitar. He also plays double bass in the Hamilton-based Irish ...
 
The podcast for anyone and everyone who plays bluegrass. Every week we feature a different fiddle tune and give you three brand new backing tracks: Backup 4 times through (you play the tune or improvise breaks), Tune 4 times through (you play backup) and ‘Jam Along’ (4 complete run throughs, alternating backup and tune). They work with any instrument - guitar, mandolin, fiddle, dobro, bass, banjo…even if you’re a bluegrass cellist (I have actually met one!). For more info and chord charts, v ...
 
Hosted in the horse box - Kate and Claire travel the countryside chatting to inspiring people about wildlife, farming and field sports - while you relax at home! Fed up with celebrity culture? Join us as we listen to the hidden stories behind the banjo-playing farrier and the recently retired racecourse executive, who ran two of Englands premier racecourses. So here we go ...... load the lorry, rev the engine and enjoy the ride!
 
Despite an "international coalition of good intentions" hand-outs aka. 'aid' have not lived up to their promise but have become involved in maintaining a structure of illegitimate government and ugly mismanagement.By challenging the aid dogma, better approaches based on sustainable development and mutual self-interest can develop through internal change, rather than external manipulation.
 
Get Up in the Cool features conversations and musical collaborations with some of Old Time music's heaviest hitters, like Ken Perlman, Adam Hurt, Spencer & Rains, and Jake Blount. As an interviewer, Cameron balances an effusive curiosity for the potential of traditional music with a dogged respect for its origins. Serving as audience surrogate, Cameron asks illuminating questions to Old Time's best and brightest while telling the larger story of the tradition's modern era.
 
A podcast of old time tunes, once a month, sometimes more. We make this podcast as a resource that connects players and tunes. Tunes on this podcast are submitted by players from all over. To submit a tune, send an email to gstrand@cascadia.edu.
 
Fresh Air from WHYY, the Peabody Award-winning weekday magazine of contemporary arts and issues, is one of public radio's most popular programs. Hosted by Terry Gross, the show features intimate conversations with today's biggest luminaries.
 
Jak Banjo and Lacuna Noir give a running commentary on some of their favorite (and not so favorite) movies. You've heard directors, writers, actors, producers, even the craft service guys give their views on a flick, why not listen to theirs? Also, if they haven't done one you absolutely can't wait for. Request it. What do you have to lose?
 
70 minutes of good Irish traditional music, from some of Ireland's top musicians and singers mostly on their own and indie labels. All of which are distributed and promoted by the first indie company to specialize in Irtrad. All titles are available via mail order from www.copperplatemailorder.com Payment through Pay Pal. Check out the web site for sound samples and details on over 100 great titles. Presented by Alan O'Leary formerly of CMR Radio and Spyda Radio and driving force behind Copp ...
 
Chad McCanna and Hyle "Slush" Russell deliver a bi-weekly serving of Donkey Kong Universe-based comedy, dragging their multinational gaggle of cohorts through the process. Featuring news on upcoming games, trivia contents from throughout DK series history, and award-winning* segments like Great Moments in DKU Audio, you're guaranteed to love it!***not true**not a guarantee
 
The Blarney Pilgrims Podcast is a weekly journey to the heart of Irish music. We interview players of Irish music about how they first came to the music and the place it occupies in their lives now. We use the word ‘heart’ intentionally, because heart is what this music, and the people who play it, are all about. It’s a funny, warm and often unexpected journey – and the tunes are crackin' too. Dominic Black has made radio shows for the BBC and NPR stations in the USA. He's also an oral histo ...
 
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Joanne and I go way back, having come up through the life universities of The Willie Clancy summer school and the Fleadh Cheoil competitions in Ireland. We've had great fun over the years knocking head over our differing opinions on the virtue of playing polkas on a banjo. I'm not a fan, but Joanne finally explains to me how to do it properly!! We …
 
Béla Fleck is one of the most famous banjo players in the world. He's taken that instrument out of its folk and bluegrass traditions to play pretty much any kind of music, including jazz and pop to classical and reggae. But bluegrass has always been where he comes from — and he's returned to it for his new album, 'My Bluegrass Heart.' Science write…
 
Co-hosts Justin Dunk and John Hodge discuss the return of Chris Jones to the CFL, the ejections from the Banjo Bowl, injuries to Cody Fajardo and Dane Evans, the return of Bo Levi Mitchell, and Khari Jones testing positive for COVID-19. Please enjoy the show and be sure to subscribe on your favourite podcast provider. The 3DownNation Podcast is pow…
 
Welcome to Get Up in the Cool: Old Time Music with Cameron DeWhitt and Friends. This week’s friend is Heidi Kristenson. We recorded this back in August at the Centralia Campout in Centralia, Washington. Tunes and songs in this episode: Needlecase (0:50) Spotted Pony (12:02) Boys Them Buzzards are Flying (23:41) Dull Chisel (34:18) Roscoe (41:18) Bo…
 
www.patreon.com Frank Evans is one of the few banjoists who is equally adept at playing amazing clawhammer style, in addition to his virtuosic 3-finger playing. He is best know as the banjo player for Canadian bluegrass band The Slocan Ramblers, and recently released a duo album with the great fiddler Ben Plotnick titled "Madison Archives" Sponsore…
 
In Episode 34, I speak with singer, songwriter, and guitarist Jeffrey Martin. We discuss his most recent single, “I Know What I Know,” Life as a PK in Eugene, Oregon. Jeffrey’s songwriting, the beat writer’s place in history, “Billy Burroughs,” I fanboy out a little too much on the majesty of Jeffrey’s song Coal Fire, and we discuss the value of a …
 
When I was a teenager in eastern Pennsylvania in the 1960s, I was a dedicated reader of Sing Out! I couldn't always afford to buy a copy, but the music store where took guitar lessons let me read each new issue as I waited for my bus ride home. I also lived on the Reprints from Sing Out!, and usually bought those when they came out. They helped me …
 
Welcome to Get Up in the Cool: Old Time Music with Cameron DeWhitt and Friends. This week’s friend is Vivian Williams. We recorded this in her home a couple weeks ago in Seattle, Washington. Tunes and songs in this episode: Tennessee Grey Eagle (0:40) The Unfortunate Dog (25:45) St. Adele’s Reel (44:22) Pete’s Breakdown (1:06:24) Peter Barnes (1:11…
 
Peter Thiel co-founded PayPal, invested early in Facebook, secretly funded the Hulk Hogan lawsuit that put the website Gawker out of business, and put more than a million dollars into Trump's campaign just after the appearance of the 'Access Hollywood' tapes. Thiel is also known for his interest in some unusual ideas, like independent city-states t…
 
This week we're jamming along to the Black Mountain Rag. This is a performance track, rather than a backing track. It's me playing both tune and backup so you've got a reference to listen to if you're new to the tune, or just want to be able to listen a few times to the whole thing. Don't forget to check out the other three episodes when you're don…
 
This week we're jamming along to the classic tune Black Mountain Rag and I've got three brand new backing track episodes for you. This is the jam along track where I play backup, then the tune and we swap over. It's four times through in the key of D at 75 bpm. backing track starts at 0:45 Don't forget to check out the other two episodes when you'r…
 
This week we're jamming along to Black Mountain Rag and I've got three brand new backing track episodes for you. This is the you play lead track where I play backup so you can work on the tune. It's four times through in the key of D at 75 bpm. backing track starts at 00:27 Don't forget to check out the other three episodes when you're done. If you…
 
This week we're jamming along to Black Mountain Rag and I've got three brand new backing track episodes for you. This is the you play rhythm track where I play the melody so you can work on backup. It's four times through in the key of D at 75 bpm. backing track starts at 00:34 Don't forget to check out the other three episodes when you're done. If…
 
This week's podcast features Akira Otsuka, the mandolin player for the Japanese bluegrass band Bluegrass 45. Last week we completed a sixteen article website series about Bluegrass 45’s 1971 tour of the United States. Today we talk to Akira briefly about that tour, but then go on to discuss what he and the other band members have been doing since t…
 
How did Americans become so divided? And how did we come so close to overturning the results of a presidential election? These are some of the questions at the heart of the new book 'Wildland,' by 'New Yorker' staff writer Evan Osnos. Osnos bookended his coverage of Trump by reporting on Trump's white nationalist support during his 2016 campaign an…
 
My first MP3 post her, I hope it isn't a licensing violation. I didn't right this song, but wish I could write one this good. I put music videos on my YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/ram905811/videos but record more songs that I have time to make videos for, so I thought I post this as and MP3. I hope you like it. (I checked "ot…
 
Copperplate Time 372 Presented by Alan O'Leary www.copperplatemailorder.com 1. Bothy Band: Green Groves/Flowers of Red Hill. After Hours 2. Garadice: Gan Ainm/Sunny Hills of Beara/Castleblaney Piper. Garadice 3. Dezi Donnelly & Mike McGoldrick: Happy to Meet/The Stolen Purse/Maud Miller. Dog in the Fog4. Dan Brouder & Angelina Carberry: Curlews in …
 
Hi everyone. This is the first in a new series of episodes called 'Food for Thought'. Each one introduces an interesting (and short!) thought or idea about music that got me thinking about how I play and what music means to me. I'm sharing them in the hope you'll find them interesting and come and join the conversation. The first is the result of r…
 
Jean Smart is nominated for two Emmys — one for her lead role in 'Hacks' and one for her supporting role in 'Mare of Easttown.' We're revisiting her May 2021 interview. Pioneering music impresario George Wein created the Newport Jazz Festival in 1954 and the Newport Folk Festival in 1959. He died Sept. 13. He spoke with Terry Gross in 2003.…
 
In the past 15 years, one in four newspapers has shuttered in the U.S. We talk with Art Cullen, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, editor, and co-owner of 'The Storm Lake Times' in the meatpacking town of Storm Lake, Iowa. He and his family are the subject of a new documentary, called 'Storm Lake,' about the challenges the industry is facing as…
 
Whitehead's new novel 'Harlem Shuffle,' is about a furniture store owner in Harlem whose sideline is fencing stolen goods. Whitehead won a Pulitzer Prize for his novel 'The Underground Railroad,' about a 15-year-old enslaved girl who escapes a brutal Georgia plantation. The novel was adapted into a TV series that is now nominated for several Emmys.…
 
On this week’s program, we celebrate my very favorite season, autumn, with a collection of classic and recent recordings which bring to mind falling leaves and cooler temperatures. We'll hear music from Ranchwriters, Judy Collins, Joni Mitchell, Martin Simpson, The Nordic Fiddlers Bloc and many more. Grab some cider and spice cookies and enjoy some…
 
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