For Fans of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine
Dedicated to presenting all aspects of the art of flatpicking the acoustic guitar.
In this podcast our good friend Tim May interviews Pat Flynn. Many of you will know Pat from his years with the New Grass Revival, his involvement in many studio projects in Los Angeles and Nashville, his touring and recording as a solo artist, or his popular flatpicking instructional video. In this podcast Tim is talking with Pat about his new CD titled "reNew." This is the third recording in a trilogy of Pat Flynn CDs. The first two CDs were titled "reQuest" and "reVision." You will also get to hear a cut from the new CD.
In this podcast Flatpicking Guitar Magazine editor Dan Miller caught up with Eli West at the Grand Targhee Music Camp back in August of 2014. Eli was featured in the November/December 2012 issue of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine. Since that time he has continued to perform and record with his musical partner Cahalen Morrison, but he is also now involved with Jayme Stone's Lomax Project. Dan and Eli talk about this new project and more during their visit and you'll get to hear a cut from his newest CD with Cahalen. I hope you enjoy this edition of the Flatpicking Guitar Magazine Podcast.
Posted by Dan Miller on July 31, 2008 at 7:41am
Even so in my childhood and now adulthood, I've kept wondering and asking those about me; just who is the world's fastest flatpicker? I've grown up hearing some intricate melodic weaving, yet still…Continue
Started by April Ruth Jordan. Last reply by Steve Manwarren Aug 25.
Yes, I was there and, yes I remember it. I was playing a few clubs here in the UK and festivals. I also carried a camera and recorded some events, friends also took photos of me. Mainly Cambridge…Continue
Started by kenneth Cooke. Last reply by kenneth Cooke Aug 23.
Anyone else have problems fitting the guitar strap over the electric end pin jack on acoustic/electric guitars? I've asked music stores and strap manufacturers and neither seem to think it's a…Continue
Started by Downtown Freddy Brown. Last reply by Bob Mesher Jul 6.