This week on Mandolin Mondays, multi-instrumentalist Ruby Mae Shiels joins us from France to perform this compelling original composition entitled "Outside" played on her A style Summit mandolin.
In addition to her impressive solo mandolin work on YouTube and social media, Ruby plays with several music groups including her family folk band The Shiels and her new progressive enterprise with The Village Vandals.
A bit of novelty on Mandolin Mondays this week! Multi-instrumentalist Flynn Cohen of Low Lily joins us for an original microtonal fiddle tune called "The Last of Biff" played on his modified vintage Gibson mandolin that has two partial-frets and one micro-tuned course.
Acoustic Guitar and mandolin player Flynn Cohen has performed all over the world with many notable acts in traditional and contemporary acoustic music.
New England multi-instrumentalist G Rockwell joins us this week on Mandolin Mondays for a spin on this original tune "Swimming Upstream" played on his toneful Collings MTO Mandolin.
An award winning multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, composer, and bandleader, G Rockwell has performed and competed across the country, sharing the stage with such luminaries as Michael Daves, Bela Fleck, and more.
This week on Mandolin Mondays, prolific Celtic mandolin educator, performer, and YouTuber, Frédéric Bourgeois (aka Tergal14) joins us for a lovely jig called "Machine Moran" composed by Rory McMahon, played on a beautiful Collings MT2O.
Tergal14 Irish Mandolin lessons is a very popular mandolin YouTube channel that hosts a plethora of Irish mandolin video lessons and transcriptions. For the past decade or more, Frédéric
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