Art of the Song 10-04

Bruce Molsky bailed on college and big city life for a cold-water cabin in Virginia in the 1970s to soak up authentic Appalachian Mountain music at the feet of its legendary pioneers, old masters who are now long gone. His passion for the music has made Bruce one of the most revered ambassadors of the form.

A globetrotting performer and educator, a recording artist with seven solo albums, over a dozen collaborations with an eclectic list of luminaries including Linda Ronstadt, Bill Frizzell, Mark Knofler, and Jerry Douglas, and to top it off – two Grammy-nominations. We talked with Bruce about following your heart, making music in hard times and so much more.

In the second half of the show for the Creativity Corner, author, songwriter and business coach, Cliff Goldmacher offers the first in a series entitled The Reason for the Rhymes.

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