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  • JohnODonohue-KristaTippet

John O’Donohue – Artistry & Soul

October 5th, 2015|0 Comments

  • GaryVaynerchuk

Gary Vaynerchuk: SIX = 60 years.

October 4th, 2015|0 Comments

  • JoeJacobi

This… Joe Jacobi & Eliminating Negative People

August 31st, 2015|0 Comments

  • chadlawson

This… Chad Lawson on CBS Sunday Morning

August 30th, 2015|0 Comments

  • JonathanFields

This… Jonathan Fields Talks About Quitting

August 29th, 2015|0 Comments

Artist2Artist with Lisa Jacobi

  • BobbyHicks-ZumaJuly30-2015a

Episode 20: Bobby Hicks – Are You Really Listening?

If it were magic, all us fiddle players would be playing like bluegrass musician Bobby Hicks. But as he says… “fiddle playing is hard and it takes a long time to get good. You’ve got to listen… REALLY listen.” […]

  • IraGitlin2

Episode 19: Ira Gitlin – 2 Wrongs Make An Awful Good Right

For those who don’t regularly attend bluegrass festivals, or listen to the classic bluegrass music on albums or on terrestrial, streaming and satellite music stations — the clash of musical voicing is what makes classic […]

  • Darin & Brooke Aldridge and Lisa Jacobi

Episode 18 – Darin & Brooke Aldridge: Never Far From Home

They say a band is like a family. There must be trust among the members. There must be an atmosphere of peace and gentleness that allows for quiet time to think, and be inspired, and […]

  • AndyStatman-LisaJacobiMarch2015

Episode 17 – Andy Statman: What is it to be ferocious?

You know what drives me nuts? It’s pretty simple. It’s for me to be on stage and play a fiddle note that is of not good quality. Mind you, it can be one note in thousands — or it can be a bunch of poorly delivered notes because “it’s just one of those nights” or I arrived at a show without proper warm up and daily wood-shedding, or I’m just having a crappy night. And, after the show is over and I’m off stage… I WILL remember that ONE note. It will stick in my craw.

I’d like to think that this means I have embedded somewhere within my musical DNA one little *ferocity* chromosome.

When it comes to having ferocity in one’s personal musical genome, there are no others like […]

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