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Mandolin Mondays #389 w/ Special Guest Titus Luckhaupt

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This week on Mandolin Mondays we're joined by Ohio-based mandolinist Titus Luckhaupt of the band My Brother's Keeper, playing a mando version of the theme music from HBO's Succession on his Northfield NFS-F5 model mandolin.

Here's a word from Titus about this video, "My name is Titus Luckhaupt and Iím a mandolinist from Cincinnati. Iíve been playing mandolin for my band My Brotherís Keeper for 12 years. I was first inspired to play mandolin after listening to Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunderís Instrumentals album. From there, I started playing in church and then went on to create a band with my two brothers and our friend.

The song Iím playing was written by Nicholas Britell for the main title theme of the HBO show Succession. The song was originally written for piano, so it was a nice challenge to play it on the mandolin.

Iím currently playing a Northfield NFS-F5 model mandolin. This mandolin was build last November and already has a wonderful sound. I canít wait to grow old with it."

My Brother's Keeper has a brand new album out called Field Guide--be sure to check it out here:

Be sure to connect with Titus at the links below for more info about his music:

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

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  1. Franc Homier Lieu's Avatar
    Short but sweet! Talk about leaving them wanting more.
  2. Alfons's Avatar
    Very nice! I could almost hear the piano in there,