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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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Season 1: 'What the... Country?' Episode 5: '3 a.m.' or... The Country Side of Brian! Have you ever thought of Marilyn Manson's relationship to... Country Music? I know I have! And we are going to explore this and other darker aspects of Country Music, in this special on 'Dark Country'. Fans of the story and 'Learn 2 Write' segments will have to be…
 
www.patreon.com/banjopodcast In this episode, host Keith Billik is joined by a true modern banjo hero - Rob McCoury, of The Del McCoury Band and the Travelin' McCourys! Rob discusses his career and influences, including the magic of prewar Gibson banjos, and plenty of praise for Earl Scruggs, Sonny Osborne, J.D. Crowe, and... Phish? Sponsored by Pe…
 
I composed this Celtic-sounding fiddle tune while camping deep in the forests of the Adirondack Mountains back in 1991. I wrote the melody out on a cardboard box so that when I got through camping I would remember the tune and be able to play it on my fiddle which was not with me on the camping trip. "Braw Birks" is Gaelic ( I think so) for "Beauti…
 
I composed this Celtic-sounding fiddle tune while camping deep in the forests of the Adirondack Mountains back in 1991. I wrote the melody out on a cardboard box so that when I got through camping I would remember the tune and be able to play it on my fiddle which was not with me on the camping trip. "Braw Birks" is Gaelic ( I think so) for "Beauti…
 
On this BONUS episode, we react to the Country Music Association's decision to ban the Confederate (Battle) flag in any form during CMA Fest of 2022. Were they right to do so? Is this flag justly seen as a symbol of racism and division? Or is it a testament to Southern heritage and pride? To tell us what *YOU* think, go to our Facebook Page: https:…
 
www.patreon.com/banjopodcast This episode features Bennett Sullivan, a terrific banjo player, composer, and educator. Bennett's musical journey has taken him to some pretty interesting places, such as playing for cruise ships, a broadway musical (performing the music of Steve Martin and Edie Brickell), Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (performing with …
 
Season 1: 'What the... Country?' Episode 4: 'Rednecks & The Red Carpet' Chapter 3: 'Pleased To Meet You' Congratulations on your performance last episode! You left your audience yearning for more! The show is over now, though, and a mysterious patron of the saloon wants to make your acquaintance. He's got an interesting proposition to make... On Ep…
 
Our Tune of the Week doesn't have the familiar sound of a fiddle tune, and indeed, it was written by a mandolinist, John Goodin, of the group Contratopia, who sadly passed away last year. To get his notes I reverted to cello banjo. I understood the banjo player of the group played Too Many Goats with a capo on the seventh fret -- not me. Now that w…
 
Our Tune of the Week doesn't have the familiar sound of a fiddle tune, and indeed, it was written by a mandolinist, John Goodin, of the group Contratopia, who sadly passed away last year. To get his notes I reverted to cello banjo. I understood the banjo player of the group played Too Many Goats with a capo on the seventh fret -- not me. Now that w…
 
www.patreon.com/banjopodcast Today's episode features an interview with George Guthrie, a talenteed Nashville-based banjo player (both 3-finger bluegrass and old time clawhammer style) and singer. He is best known for his touring and recording with The Wooks, but is also an in-demand sideman with various other bands and projects. Sponsored by Peghe…
 
www.patreon.com/banjopodcast This Bonus episode gives you a sneak peek behind the scenes at the Bluegrass Trading Co., makers of the new Banjo All-Star Trading Cards! You can hear the story of this new project from its creator Colyn Brown. Visit www.bluegrasstradingco.com for more info! Contact the show: pickyfingersbanjopodcast@gmail.com…
 
Season 1: 'What the... Country?' Episode 3: 'Between a Rock and a... Country Boy' Chapter 2: 'Enter the Banjo' (Pt II of II) The time is nigh for 'You' to play your first notes on the banjo, while all eyes in the saloon are on you. Beware, though, for not everyone has your best interest in mind... This episode's main musical focus are artists that …
 
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