This week we welcome bluegrass rising star and banjo player for the Sam Bush Band, Wes Corbett to Deering Live. As a former instructor at the Berklee School of Music, Wes brings with him a huge depth of musical background and experience to share with the world.
JigJam are a multi-award-winning quartet from Ireland. Blending the best of traditional Irish music with Bluegrass and Americana in a new genre which has been branded as ‘I-Grass’ (Irish influenced Bluegrass), their onstage energy along with their virtuosic musical ability has captivated audiences throughout the world.
If you haven't heard Nora Brown, then be sure to take a listen to her this week on Deering Live. Nora is only 15 years old but she is an old soul who plays old time banjo with an incredible feel. Nora started learning music at the age of 6, specializing in old-time and traditional banjo music. She plays with a level of confidence rarely found in most adults, all the while weaving together stories of music history into her performances to create a beautifully rich tapestry for the listener. She has played at numerous venues and festivals on the East Coast and has been featured on NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts and TED Talks.
We are very excited to welcome Terry and Cindy Baucom to Deering Live, just a few days after the 42nd anniversary of the formation of the original Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver!
Deering is proud to team up with @royerlabs and @compassrecords to bring you five informative videos featuring Alison Brown and Stuart Duncan that will give you the foundation you need to get the best sound out of your banjo. Whether you are using a USB mic, have a basic home studio set up, or you find yourself in a professional studio setting, many, if not all of the principles will apply and will give you a great starting point in recording your banjo.