ARTIST INTERVIEW ARCHIVE - P



ARTIST

DATE

SUMMARY

DURATION
 

Pandolfi, Chris 03/01/2014 Chris Pandolfi of 'The Infamous Stringdusters' chats with Steve about performing at Grey Fox for the first time, his studies at Berklee College of Music, how he was introduced to the banjo by listening to Bela Fleck and the FleckTones then working backwards to Scruggs and bluegrass music, and the importance of learning the lessons of Earl Scruggs in order to master the instrument. He also comments on 'The Infamous Stringdusters', their new album 'Let It Go' and their alliance with the conservation movement.


  0:34:29
Parton, Dolly 04/16/2014 Steve travels to Nashville to sit in a studio with Dolly and chat about her new album 'Blue Smoke'. Unfortunately Steve's portion of the interview was not captured by the studio, but these are the answers to a number of questions about her music, her career, her inspirations and the new album.

  0:14:26
Pederson, Herb 04/13/2013 Herb talks about the inspiration for his song, 'Wait A Minute', and it's popularity as sung by Seldom Scene, his wife and her song writing, hanging with Earl Scruggs years ago and filling in for him, the Osborn Brothers and their influence on bluegrass music, the differences between standard bluegrass and 'California' bluegrass, the band Old and in the Grey, and the 'Old and in the Way' albums.


  0:31:44
Peterson, David 07/25/2015 David Peterson talks to Steve about his new, self-produced/released album of all gospel music titled 'OLD TIME POWER' , his belief in less technology and the 'live' style approach to recording where the artists are playing off each other, the star-studded list of artists that join him on the various cuts and the history behind the songs on the album.

  0:45:02
Pikelny, Noam 03/16/2013 Noam discusses banjo styles, his leading edge music, acknowledges Earl Scruggs as the grounding post for all players and is joined by Marc Horowitz to discusses technical aspects of banjos and tone rings and such.

  0:45:12
Price, Lauren and Leanna 02/26/2017 The Price Sisters, twins Lauren and Leanna, call from their car as they travel across country to the Kansas City Folk Festival to talk with Steve about their career and their first LP of 7 songs just released titled 'The Price Sisters'

  0:16:42
       

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