Welcome to Get Up in the Cool: Old Time Music with Cameron DeWhitt and Friends. I’m currently on vacation in Oregon, doing Christmas with my family and recording Portland area old time players for the show, which, by the way, thank you, faithful listeners, for connecting me with some really big names in the scene out here; I hope to come back to Philly with some awesome interviews and music to share with you all.
Anyway, I’m taking a little break from posting new episodes. Not because I’m behind schedule: I’ve actually been keeping up with my goal to record 4 interviews a month since the summer. I was worried that there would be a dry spell outside of festival season, but so far, that has not been the case. Turns out Old Time players are always down to play tunes and talk about Old Time. Who would have guessed?
So, this is a rerun of my episode with Brad Kolodner. I wanted to post it again for a couple reasons.
First: Ken and Brad have a new CD out called The Swift House, which you should buy. More details on how to buy that after the interview.
Second: The newer episodes of Get Up in the Cool sound better because I’m better at mixing now. I wanted to give Brad’s episode the same treatment.
Stick around after the interview to find out how to support Get Up in the Cool and hear when Brad’s playing near you and how to buy his music. A quick clarification to my patreon supporters: you won’t be charged this episode or any other rerun, and I won’t typically release rewards for these episodes for the same reason. Once again, don’t worry, I’ll start airing new episodes again sometime in January.
I hope you all like banjo duets. Here’s my jam and interview with Brad Kolodner. Enjoy!
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