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Playing Since: 2010
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Occupation: Woodworking Teacher/ Music Writer
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Uprooted Music Revue's ൡ Most Memorable Interviews of 2011"
Monday, December 26, 2011 @9:22:03 AM
I would just like to share the latest (and probably last) blog post of 2011 from my blog, Uprooted Music Revue.
"Uprooted Music Revue's 25 Most Memorable Interviews of 2011" (in chronological order):
Merideth Sisco (of the Winter's Bone Soundtrack)
Patterson Hood (of the Drive-By Truckers)
Greg Jamie (of O'Death)
William Elliott Whitmore
Black Twig Pickers
Pharis and Jason Romero
Aoife O'Donovan (of Crooked Still)
Noam Pikelny (of Punch Brothers)
Dr. Philip Ratcliffe (author of Mississippi John Hurt bio)
Gill Landry (of Old Crow Medicine Show and Kitchen Syncopators)
Bill C. Malone, country music historian and and author of Mike Seeger bio
Thanks for checking out Uprooted Music Revue, and please be sure to connect with UMR on facebook and twitter.
Thanks very much for reading and have a safe, relaxing, and enjoyable holiday season. Happy 2012!
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