I had the wonderful opportunity to spend a day at the Ashokan Uke Fest in Olivebridge, NY.
It was a beautiful place filled with lots of wonderful music-making. This episode is one of a few that I will release featuring instructors from the Ashokan Uke Fest.
Every time I attend a festival, I plan to wander and talk to as many people as possible. But every time I get too nervous and want to just relax and go with the flow.
So in these episodes it's just chats with great players/teachers. There's tons of great insight in these here episodes.
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Intro and outro music is by Blue Dot Sessions
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