Hey folks! I had a great time discussing aspects of a style that I know very little about! But who better to learn about classical banjo from than John Bullard? Let me know what you think!
I listened and enjoyed it. In fact, I've been slowly chipping away at your past episodes too.
You have had a few people I know on which got me hooked-- Trever Holder, Grace Van't Hof, and Aaron Jonah Lewis (all from the American Banjo Fraternity rallies).
Big Bullard fan here; I really enjoyed the background (esp. the super villain origin story)
Keith, I really enjoyed the John Bullard episode, thanks for doing that. That guy is amazing. I've been working my way through your podcasts several times a week and have been learning a ton.
I watch a lot of banjo videos on YouTube and have learned a lot from Jim Pankey, Willow Osborne, and John Moore (any several others). If you happen to get the chance to interview them, I'd sure appreciate it!
Joel Hooks - thanks for listening! Grace, Aaron, and Trevor are all obviously fantastic players, but hopefully you discover some new ones as well.
aaronoble - haha yeah the origin story explains a lot ;)
Ty Presley - I appreciate you listening and the kind words. And thanks for the great suggestions, I'll keep them on my radar!
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