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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by ndcaster, Sep 29, 2017.
aw, now I have a crush
what a player!
and fellas, are we going to let these bluegrassers get away with this?
big smile on my face here, and get a load of this:
my daughter is going to be all over this!
She played at a festival I also played at recently...and I had to leave before seeing her. Aughhh! (Everyone I know who was there said she was fantastic.)
her White Freightliner renditions are clean as calico laundry
here's a V-I lick she does
boldface shows the downstrokes that get the most stress
love this girl
Is that Missy Raines playing bass?
yes, I thought it was Sharon White at first
Molly Tuttle is a top notch player and as humble as can be. Her dad (Jack) has written some of my favorite instructional materials.
And she is as great at singing as she is at picking. All around astonishingly good.
Mr Tuttle must be a great teacher. The genes probably help. Beautiful voice, and really good lyrics on top of it all.
SO nice to see lead vocals, and hot guitar breaks (not to mention by a young gal, and so cleanly played, etc. ETC.)
There's still a lot of disappointment out there with some "Bluegrass" bands where ...... the song slips by and it seems like EVERYBODY gets a break..... except the guitar picker.... who just sets the others up and maybe tacks on the standard church lick bass run at the end of an odd phrase.
Bad enough they insist on being capoed half way up the neck... but, heck & darn - them strings IS meant to be played!
That's exactly what I was thinking. Here's Molly in her junior year at Berklee nailing those high Joni Mitchell parts. Her voice just gets better. Stuff like this tell me she's wide and deep with her influences...future's wide open.
Eye-popping picking technique!
Saw Molly and Bryan Sutton on the same afternoon at RockyGrass last summer. My head is still spinning.
And she just won IBMA's Guitarist of the Year, first woman to ever be nominated.
This is an amazing version of White Freightliner Blues
I think this is a great performance and arrangement...with Molly on banjo. Her brothers Michael (mandolin) and Sullivan (guitar) are impressive as well.