What Makes the Bluegrass Blue, Part 2 – Life, Experienced Podcast S2E2

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Continuing from last week, Daniel and Carolyn Routh of Nu-Blu discuss musician turnover, recording original material, and collaborating with Rhonda Vincent and “Soul Man” Sam Moore on their 2014 album, “All the Way.” 

Listen here:

Opening and closing music in this podcast is composed by Lee Rosevere and used under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License.

Additional music in this episode used with permission of Nu-Blu Bluegrass Artists. To find out more about Nu-Blu, visit their website or follow them on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram.

Here are some photos of my interview with Daniel and Carolyn, which was hosted at their home recording studio in Siler City, North Carolina:

Nu-Blu also are the current hosts of the television program, Bluegrass Ridge, which showcases interviews and music videos from bluegrass artists. You can find out more about the show here.

If you’d like to hear Nu-Blu’s collaboration with Sam Moore, here’s the official music video:

If you want to hear more of their music, all of their albums are available to stream wherever you listen to music.

Listen to their latest album, Vagabonds on Spotify or Amazon Music.

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