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    • The Olwell's - "Possum up a 'Simmon Tree"


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      Part of the documentary I'm doing on Patrick Olwell is exploring the unbreakable connection between traditional music and dance. All of our tunes were meant to be danced to, and the best players have spent a lot of time playing for dancers. Another part of the documentary is about the passing on of traditions, and Matthew and Aaron Olwell have been soaking up tradition their whole lives. Although both can play Irish traditional tunes on flute, they have each expanded their mastery of tradition; Matthew as a professional dancer, and Aaron as an old-time fiddle player. I wanted to capture that amazing connection, so we went to Rapunzel's Coffeehouse in Lovingston, VA, and let it rip. Matthew and Aaron are joined by Amy Hunsicker on claw-hammer banjo performing an old time tune called "Possum up a 'Simmon tree". Camera: Blayne Chastain Camera & Edit: Jem Moore www.descantproductions.com Shot with Sony NEX-VG10 and NEX-FS100, with Blackbird Stabilizer and Konova Slider, edited in Adobe Premiere Pro

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      • The Making of Emma Barlow "Jaded"


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        Song: Jaded Artist: Emma Barlow Special thanks: Adrian Tyson Watch complete clip here: http://vimeo.com/36597808

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        • The Road to Errogie.


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          Played by Adam Sutherland written by Adam Sutherland. http://adamsutherland.co.uk

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          • The Bee Eaters live with Rushad Eggleston and Jeremy Kittel


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            Live at The Freight and Salvage, Feb 11th 2012 in Berkeley California. D Over Everything composed by Tristan Clarridge with Mike Marshall and Paul Kowert. Viola: JeremyKittel.com Cello: RushadEggleston.com

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            • GRANNY'S HOT SAUCE: Foreign Lander


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              Granny’s Hot Sauce performs the traditional love song “Foreign Lander.” From the hallways of the Joe Val Bluegrass Festival, February 2012. For more on both the song and the group, visit www.secondcousincurly.com

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              • GRANNY'S HOT SAUCE: Brush Hogger


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                An original tune from this Boston-based outfit, written by the band’s banjo player, Taylor Hales. Performed in the hallways of the Joe Val Bluegrass Festival, February 2012.

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                • Modern Old-Time Fiddling


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                  Modern Old-Time Fiddling: A Master's Project Documentary This project was produced in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Arts degree from the School of Visual Communication at Ohio University in 2012. Committee: Julie Elman, chair, Rebecca Sell and Terry Eiler This project is for educational purposes only. Not for resale. Copyright © 2012 Heather Haynes and Ohio University. http://www.hydrogen-jukebox.org/fiddle/

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                  • Try and Catch the Wind


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                    Shannon & Heather Slaughter and the County Clare Bluegrass Band performing at the ABMA Showcase of Bands held in the Bessemer Civic Center on March 17, 2012. Husband and wife duo have brough a unique sound back to Bluegrass and they are a band you don't want to miss. Visit their website for much more information. http://www.countyclareband.com ABMA Bands, members, fans and vendors have assembled each March for the past 16 years. Kirby Parker took this project on with it's inception and has done great job scheduling bands and bringing Bluegrass Music out so everyone could enjoy. Vist the ABMA at: http://www.alabamabluegrassmusic.org/ABMA/Home.html

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                    • The Bee Eaters @ Freight and Salvage, performing a very old tune, "The Blackest Crow"


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                      A nice article about the song "the Blackest Crow" lizlyle.lofgrens.org/RmOlSngs/RTOS-BlackestCrow.html Listening to the Bee Eaters is like eavesdropping on a spirited, private conversation. As wonderful as their recorded music is, watching the Bee Eaters in live performance is an exercise in safe danger. They parry and thrust, challenging each other at every moment. Their focus on their music and on each other is tight and complete. Their melodic lines and rhythmic phrases dance (and sometimes roil) over, under and around each other. There is sometimes dissonance but always an ultimate harmony. Live at Berkeley's Freight and Salvage, San Francisco Bluegrass and Old-Time Festival, February 11th, 2012

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