Episode 15 – Jim Lill, Steel Resolve

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This episode features an interview with Nashville multi-instrumentalist and recording engineer Jim Lill, who has a new beginner pedal steel video course out now. Also featured is a conversation with Josh Killian of Steel Resolve, a non-profit that helps young players get started with steel guitar.

Topics discussed include:

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Episode 14 – Paul Franklin (part 2 of 2)

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“If your imagination can go there, the instrument certainly can.” – Paul Franklin

Check out Paul’s great online university, The Paul Franklin Method!

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Episode 13 – Paul Franklin (part 1 of 2)

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Does Paul Franklin even need an introduction? If you don’t know who this guy is, you don’t know steel guitar! Never fear – all will be revealed in the interview itself. Paul was such a lovely interview subject…he’s got a lot of great ideas and a lot to say, and his true love of steel guitar shines through everything he does. If you’d like more details on Paul, Wikipedia is a good place to start. His Allmusic bio has some other details.

Some of the many topics covered include:

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Episode 12 – Christopher Woitach, Stringjoy

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Christopher Woitach is a jazz guitarist, steel guitarist, and composer living in Portland, Oregon. Christopher Woitach has played with many nationally and internationally known artists, including Bernadette Peters, Rich Little, Hank Roberts, Bob Mover, Tony Monaco, Mel Brown, and John Stowell. He regularly performs throughout the Pacific Northwest, and at jazz festivals in the U.S. and Canada.

“You have to find the world that suits you.” – Christopher Woitach

Topics discussed include:

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Featured track: “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” by Christopher Woitach.

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Episode 11 – Jon Graboff

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Possibly best known for his work with Ryan Adams and the Cardinals, Jon Graboff has also recorded and/or toured with the likes of: Willie Nelson, Norah Jones, David Byrne, Carrie Underwood, Noel Gallagher, Harper Simon, Phil Lesh, M. Ward, Cyndi Lauper and others.

Topics discussed include:

FEATURED SONG: Polkov, “Caterwaul” from Polkov

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Episode 10 – Susan Alcorn, Catalinbread pedals: Talisman, Csidman, and Bicycle Delay

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This month we interview avant-garde pedal steel guitarist Susan Alcorn! Also featured is a review/demo of three effects pedals from Catalinbread.

FEATURED SONG: Susan Alcorn, “Milonga en Re” from Evening Tales

Catalinbread pedals reviewed:

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Episode 9 – Dave Hadley, Strymon El Capistan

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This month we interview pedal steel guitarist, dobro player, and teacher Dave Hadley! Also featured is a review and demo of the Strymon El Capistan dTape delay pedal.

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