Nashville mandolin cat Ashby Frank of The Likely Culprits is with us this week on Mandolin Mondays to take a spin on the tune "Goodbye Liza Jane" with his 1997 Randy Wood mandolin.
Ashby, is one of the top go to mandolin players for touring and recording in the Nashville area, and his work speaks for itself--from his time on the road with Jerry Douglas and the Earls of Leiscester, John Cowan, Mountain Heart and
The amazing multi-instrumentalist Justin Moses, 2 time IBMA Dobro Player of the Year, stops by to wow us with his mandolin skills on this classic. Hear that Weber work in his incredible hands.
Justin Moses is an award winning multi-instrumentalist celebrated as one of the most versatile musicians in all of acoustic music. A prominent Nashville session musician, he has appeared on stage or in the studio
This week on Mandolin Mondays, James Seliga of The Mandolin Store joins us for an incredible original composition played on his 2006 Custom Weber Yellowstone mandolin.
James is originally from Northern Ohio and has been playing guitar and mandolin for about 15 years now. 6 year ago he made the move to Nashville, where started to play mandolin with Billy Droze and Kentucky Blue as well as doing
This week on Mandolin Mondays, Australian multi-instrumentalist Josh Bennett joins us for a stunning debut mandolin performance of this choro-style piece written by Doug De Vries. This 11 month old, left handed Duff is sounding incredible in Josh's hands!
Josh Bennett is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, composer, and performer with a love of music from all over the world. His ability to attain such expertise
This week on Mandolin Mondays, premier mandolin luthier Steve Gilchrist takes us on a tour of his workshop in Lake Gnotuk, Australia for a taste test of a restored April 12, 1923 Lloyd Loar alongside one of Steve's own Model 5's from 2017.
Steve is perhaps one of the most well known and respected luthiers in the greater mandolin community. With some of the most notable mandolin players in the world sporting