bluegrass

Joe Troop (Is Friends with a Smelly Old Bear) by Cameron DeWhitt

Welcome to Get Up in the Cool: Old Time Music with Cameron DeWhitt and Friends! This week’s friend is Joe Troop from Che Apalache, your favorite latingrass band! Joe and I had what might be the most whimsical jam to ever take place on the show, punctuated by some real thoughtful and convicting conversation. I’m excited for you to hear it!

Tunes we’ll play:
Tennessee Mountain Fox Chase
Silly Bill
Sandy River Belle
Kentucky Waltz
Say Darlin’ Say
Bonus Track: Reuben’s Train

Joe’s website: www.joetroop.com
Che Apalache’s website: www.cheapalache.com
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Joe’s phone: (336) 831-7601
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Luke Chohany (Baltimore Boys Part II) by Cameron DeWhitt

Welcome to episode 12 of Get Up in the Cool: Old Time Music with Cameron DeWhitt and Friends. This week’s episode is the second installment in the Baltimore Boys trilogy, featuring Luke Chohany: a fantastic old time and bluegrass guitarist, and I gotta say… he really does have a lovely voice; we take a sweet little break from being rowdy boys and Luke sings a couple and it is fine, fine, fine singing. 

Check out Luke's new music: https://stringsound.bandcamp.com/ 

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Rachel Junior and Helen Dana La Fleur (Old Time and Bluegrass Vocal Duets) by Cameron DeWhitt

Welcome to episode 3 of Get Up in the Cool! This week’s episode features Rachel Junior and Helen Dana La Fleur of Sick Sad & Lonesome. Their specialty is Old time and Bluegrass vocal duets! This one’s chock full of purdy singin’. Here’s how great this episode is: I actually enjoyed editing this! Audio editing is usually a grueling, tedious task, but this time, it was delightful.

We recorded this at the Harry Smith Frolic, under my easy-up canopy, in the woods, next to a river. *sigh* it was perfect. And it pleases me to think of you all gleaning some of that perfection through the binary code, on your commute. 

Make sure to check out Rachel and Helen with Sick Sad & Lonesome at the Cantab Lounge in Cambridge MA, 1st Tuesdays starting in September. While you’re waiting for September to roll around, like them on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/sicksadandlonesome/?fref=ts

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