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Tagged with “banjo” (6)

  1. “JUST A BANJO PLAYER”: Rhiannon Giddens - Ireland’s Edge | Acast

    Once referred to as a ‘performing historian’ Rhiannon Giddens is a musician from Greensboro, North Carolina whose career has ranged from folk to country, blues to gospel, opera to R&B. Her old-time string band, the Carolina Chocolate Drops have received 6 Grammy nominations, winning in 2010 for their album Genuine Negro Jig.

    In 2017 Rhiannon received a MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant for ‘reclaiming African American contributions to folk and country music and bringing to light new connections between music from the past and the present’.

    At Ireland’s Edge, she speaks to music journalist Jim Carroll about race, influence and appropriation of African-American music, and cross-cultural collaboration all through the story of the banjo in the United States.

    https://shows.acast.com/irelands-edge/episodes/just-a-banjo-player-rhiannon-giddens

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  2. Angela Usher Interview (Banjo, whistle, tenor guitar)

    Tin whistle with Marian Egan (Flannery) in Hulme. Touring New Zealand and Australia. First banjos and joining Curragh. Toss the Feathers and choosing work over the road. The social side of learning. Joe and Jack Cooley and the lost tapes from America. The Love of Lucia, Kitty’s Twelve Roses and The Gort Mile.

    https://www.blarneypilgrims.com/episodes/angela-usher

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  3. Irish music podcast interview with Theresa O’Grady on banjo, tenor guitar and mandolin. — The Blarney Pilgrims Podcast Traditional Irish Music Podcast

    Sunday morning sessions at The Coach and Horses, Finsbury Park; summer road trips to Ireland and back, via relatives’ houses, fleadhs, sessions and the Holyhead ferry; learning to play in Anne Caulfield’s house in Luton; competing and adjudicating; becoming a teacher of music and recording your first album. All that AND Barings Bank. Nick Leeson how are ye!

    You can probably tell from the tape, this was a LOT of fun. Thanks Theresa.

    https://www.blarneypilgrims.com/episodes/theresa-ogrady-banjo-tenor-guitar-mandolin

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  4. Pigeon On The Gate

    Music from the Sligo fiddler Michael Gorman, an out-of-copyright recording made in 1956 in cahoots with Margaret Barry on tenor banjo.

    1. Lord Gordon’s
    2. McFadden’s Fancy
    3. The Lark In The Morn
    4. The Broken Pledge
    5. Michael Gorman’s
    6. The Pigeon On The Gate
    7. McFadden’s Reel
    8. The Burnt Cabbage
    9. The Mountain Road
    10. The Strayaway Child
    11. The Chanter Song
    12. The Woman Of The House
    13. The Boys Of Ballisadare
    14. Bonnie Anne
    15. The Sligo Maid/Gan Ainm
    16. The Star Of Munster
    17. The Humours Of Lisnadare
    18. Roaring Mary/The Maid Of Castlebar
    19. Carracastle Lasses
    20. Jenny’s Welcome To Charlie

    http://www.thesession.org/discussions/display/22260

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