|Feller, Tom - Holt Benefit||
|Tom Feller of Feller
Hill and the Bluegrass Buckaroos talks to Steve about his uncle Aubrey Holt
and the special benefit concert he has organized to help pay for some of
Holt's medical expenses. The star-studded lineup will blow you away. Listen
here to learn why the concert and how Tom was able to line up the
|Silvio Ferretti, banjo player with the Italian band Red Wine, talks with Steve about how he learned to play the banjo, about the band, making Scorpion banjos, bridges and necks, and his plans to attend Grey Fox 2014.
|Listen as Steve chats
with the group's bass player, Dominic Illingworth, and resophonic guitar
player, Michael Stockton, about their first time playing on stage at the
Opry and their latest album, 'Runaway Train',
to be released October 4th.
Steve caught up with Paul
Harragill and Kelsi Robertson Harragill, banjo player and mandolin/vocalist
with the award winning Flatt Lonesome Band at this year's IBMA Convention in
Raleigh to talk about their latest album, 'Runaway Train'.
|Grammy award winner Bela Fleck talks about his broad body of work, musicians that have made an impact on his style, and future projects, his recently completed concerto
'The Imposter', making music with his wife, and traveling with their newborn son.
|16 time Grammy award winner Bela Fleck talks
with Steve about what he learned from performing 'The Imposter' over 40
times and how he incorporated that into his newest classical work,
the Juno Concerto.
|Dom Flemons, founding member of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, all American Songster and 2010 Grammy winner for Traditional Folk Album of the Year talks with Steve about his new album, "Prospect Hill," how it came together, his approach to giving traditional music a fresh face and sound, and the importance of music as a form of expression. A great look into the many talents of this recording artist.
|Dom Flemons talks to
Steve about his campaign, '2014, the Year of the Folk Singer' and his recent
collaboration with the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra and their 'American
Originals - the Music of Stephen Foster' concert series.
with Steve about joining the famous 'New Grass Revival Band' along with John
Cowan, Bela Fleck, and Sam Bush and their 10 years of playing together, his
various guitar workshops, and his new 'Renew' album.
The conversation includes a history of Pat's session work, over 400 CDs he
has collaborated on and the famous artists involved, and the musical journey
he has taken to become one of the great guitar players of our time.
|Folk, Bradford Lee||
|Brad calls Steve while fishing from a canoe to talk about his latest album with the Bluegrass Playboys called 'Somewhere Far Away', his new/old style approach to bluegrass music, moving to Nashville four years ago to be in the middle of today's bluegrass scene and his resulting evolution.
while ddriving through the mountains in Utah to talk about his new album
project being assembled, called 'The Bell', his first independent
effort after more than 25 years of label affilliation and how KickStarter
has given him the ability for freedom of expression with a completion date
of February, 2015. He also shares his love for playing live music and the
artists he often plays with on the road.
to talk with Steve about his latest two albums, his musical background
including bluegrass banjo, experiences with slide guitar and blues/jazz, how
his musicallity is influenced by all things musical and the rich variety of
instruments and artists included on these albums.
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