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Mandolin Mondays #370 w/ Special Guest Korey Brodsky

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Back on Mandolin Mondays this week, we have Mile Twelve mandolinist Korey Brodsky with us playing a beautiful rendition of "Moonlight in Vermont" by Karl Suessdorf and John Blackburn, performed on Korey's J. Brentrup mandolin.

Korey Brodsky is a Boston-based mandolinist and guitarist. Growing up in Connecticut, he built strong roots in bluegrass music. Since then, his musical explorations have ranged from old time to Bach to jazz. He has been featured in numerous publications such as Flatpicking Guitar Magazine and Bluegrass Unlimited, was a 2013 IBMA Youth All Star, a member of the 2018 Acoustic Music Seminar, and a graduate of the Berklee College of Music. Over the years, he has toured and recorded with various local and national bands and is currently a member of Mile Twelve. In addition to performing, he teaches weekly online and in person music lessons.

Also, Mile Twelve has a fantastic new album out called Close Enough to Hear, with some great playing from Korey on there--check it out here on Bandcamp:

Be sure to connect with Korey at the following links below for more information about his music:

And as always, tune in next week for more Mandolin Mondays! Until then...

Happy Picking!

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  1. Alfons's Avatar
    Very nice indeed.
  2. Todd Bowman's Avatar
    A very peaceful Moonlight in Vermont! Wonderful arrangement! Thanks for sharing!
  3. grassrootphilosopher's Avatar
    Nice. And a very nice Brentrup mandolin. Id like to know what year that may be. I would guess it was made before Johan Brentrup started building his Lloyd Loar copy mandolins. Its interesting to notice the differences.
  4. cayuga red's Avatar
    Good playing. And what a mandolin.
  5. Don Stiernberg's Avatar
    Chord Melody Rules!
  6. Andy B's Avatar
    Great job Korey, beautiful tone and articulation-Wow!!