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    Great interview and wonderful music to explore.

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    What a unique voice. "Two Trees" is a knockout.

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    Once again a great piece of music journalism and nice evocative interview with just enough tech talk for the mando geeks among us. Ashley is an awesome composer and musician!

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    Totally different niche; really a different vibe from the usual bluegrass pickers!

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    Ashley is great -- lovely tone, great timing, cool repertoire.
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    As said - the interview and the music are wonderful.
    The videos are all great but the Fire Grace & Ash is a killer - hearing the double violin concerto in D minor with mandolin was totally great, and a Bach segue to Bill - how cool is that !

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    That was a great interview. She is a wonderful player and it is nice to get some perspectives from her.

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    i picked up the album, Two Trees, shortly after Ashley was here on mandolin Mondays. its a great CD, just her and i think the other lady on a few with accordion.
    awesome interview here.

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    I really enjoyed this interview. I hadn’t heard of Ashley before. She is amazing and I’m looking foward to hearing more of her!

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    Wonderful interview and wonderful music! So much talent in this young musician - it will be fascinating to watch and listen as Ashley's career and artistry unfold.

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    Default Re: Article: Changing Channels with Ashley Broder

    If you don't like the sound (as opposed to, say, the feel) of DUD DUD, then you don't like jigs.

    Apart from that, it's a nice and interesting interview. I don't know this artist yet. I'll go and explore.

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