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Bear and a Banjo is a new musical podcast that tells the incredibly tall tale of a band that time forgot. Although history may have left them behind, Bear and Banjo rubbed shoulders with some of the greatest musical icons in history—from Leadbelly and Sister Rosetta Tharpe to Little Richard and Bob Dylan— unwittingly influencing the course of 20th century Americana. All their adventures are meticulously archived and presented by Dr. Q, played by Dennis Quaid. Bear and a Banjo features an ori ...
 
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 ...
 
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www.patreon.com/banjopodcast This episode features Alex Berman, the banjoist and lead singer for the Baltimore-based jamgrass band the Dirty Grass Players! Alex has an exciting approach to his playing, is a creative improviser, and strong singer to boot. This interview was recorded backstage at the 2022 Del Fest! Sponsored by Peghead Nation, GHS St…
 
This tune is supposedly the legendary fiddler Owen "Snake" Chapman's (1909-2002) version of a Bob Will's tune called Home With the Girls in the Morning. I have heard it said that Chapman himself denied ever playing the tune. It is usally played on fiddle in an open D tuning (ADad). This recording is from an internet jam session with my fiddling pal…
 
This tune is supposedly the legendary fiddler Owen "Snake" Chapman's (1909-2002) version of a Bob Will's tune called Home With the Girls in the Morning. I have heard it said that Chapman himself denied ever playing the tune. It is usally played on fiddle in an open D tuning (ADad). This recording is from an internet jam session with my fiddling pal…
 
A current Tune of the Week, I remembered learning it a while back in a lesson with Adam Hurt. I realized I hadn't done my complete homework at that time (or at least don't have a record of it), so here's my effort starting from scratch by arranging it and taking the A part up an octave. I remember now why I like being a graduated student of Adam. H…
 
A current Tune of the Week, I remembered learning it a while back in a lesson with Adam Hurt. I realized I hadn't done my complete homework at that time (or at least don't have a record of it), so here's my effort starting from scratch by arranging it and taking the A part up an octave. I remember now why I like being a graduated student of Adam. H…
 
Another tune from the great Kentucky fiddler J.P. Fraley. I worked this up and uploaded it for the Old Time Tune of the Week for November 4, 2022. I am picking my 1922 Vega Whyte Laydie with a short scale semi fretless conversion neck, in an A variant tuning (aEABE).โดย Don Borchelt
 
Another tune from the great Kentucky fiddler J.P. Fraley. I worked this up and uploaded it for the Old Time Tune of the Week for November 4, 2022. I am picking my 1922 Vega Whyte Laydie with a short scale semi fretless conversion neck, in an A variant tuning (aEABE).โดย Don Borchelt
 
www.patreon.com/banjopodcast This episode features a long and winding banjo chat with Gabe Hirshfeld, a true gentleman and scholar. Gabe studied banjo at the Berklee College of Music, as well as some great mentors such as Mike Kropp and Ben Freed. He performed and recorded with The Lonely Heartstring Band, and now plays on a freelance basis and doe…
 
'First attempt at the backing track Rubberband Man by The Spinners. The banjo kicks in at 0.41 - I am using a metronome but it will take more time for me to improve on timing, so please bare with me as I learn to improve.โดย Linda Creed
 
Former Blue Grass Boy Tony Ellis asked that this old tune be shared and hopefully played once again. He learned it from an old friend who learned it as a 9-year-old boy from the "town drunk" who used to busk in Rodgersville, Tennessee. Tony calls the melody simple and old-fashioned. I learned it clawhammer style, though he plays it 2-finger style. …
 
Former Blue Grass Boy Tony Ellis asked that this old tune be shared and hopefully played once again. He learned it from an old friend who learned it as a 9-year-old boy from the "town drunk" who used to busk in Rodgersville, Tennessee. Tony calls the melody simple and old-fashioned. I learned it clawhammer style, though he plays it 2-finger style. …
 
First attempt at the backing track by Pearl Jam: "Last Kiss". The banjo is mixed much louder. Please forgive the sounds of a metronome, as I have obviously been struggling with timing issues and the metronome clicks bleed over during the quiet spots.โดย Wayne Cochran
 
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