Monthly Archives: October 2011

Two Words: Crooked Still

Two more words: Freakin’ awesome. Crooked Still just celebrated 10 years as a band.  10 years.  Ten!  I had no idea that they had been playing together for so long.  Rather, I had no concept of just how long their … Continue reading

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Jeremy Kittel

I like Jeremy Kittel.  But honestly, I feel like I know very little about him.  I like how he plays, I like the classes of his I took at Mark O’Connor Fiddle camp in the past, I like the fact … Continue reading

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Mike Block – After The Factory Closes

Let’s talk about Mike Block, shall we? Yesterday I sat in my car for a drive out to Weston, where I currently teach Jazz Strings.  First student of the year!  On the way back, I decided to give Avenue Q … Continue reading

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