Banjo, fiddle, mandolin, guitar, voice: if you like the sound of old time American music, you’ll have a good time with this episode of Rise When the Rooster Crows. Old time music is older than Bluegrass and older than the recording industry. Its roots include the fiddle tunes of Ireland and Scotland, the banjo music of Africa, and great traditions of balladry and dance. Even though the music is old, it lives on and is still played by people all over the world, not so much for the business of music, but for the love of making and sharing music as a community.
Local and regional artists in this episode include: Coty Hogue; Flat Mountain Girls; Smoke Creek; Foghorn Stringband; Merritt Herring; Shanghaied On The Willamette; Clyde Curley And The Oxymorons; Jere Canote; Laura Love; The Gypsy Gyppo String Band; Tim Connell & Eric Skye.
Other artists include: Carolina Chocolate Drops; Bruce Molsky; The Fuzzy Mountain String Band; Elizabeth LaPrelle; David Grisman & Jerry Garcia; Dirk Powell & Stuart Duncan; Molsky's Mountain Drifters; Jeff Warner; Dana & Susan Robinson; Erynn Marshall & Carl Jones.
- Coty Hogue Bellingham, Washington musician
- Gypsy Gyppo String Band on Bandcamp the band has made 25 tracks available for free download
- Gypsy Gyppo String Band Wikipedia article
- Tim Connell Portland, Oregon musician
- Eric Skye Portland, Oregon musician
- Bubbaville -- what’s going on with Old Time music in the Portland area
- Mud City Old-Time Society -- what’s going on with Old Time music in the Eugene area
- Oregon Oldtime Fiddler's Association
Friends of American Old Time Music and Dance -- Traditional old-time American music and dance in the UK