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July 9, 2013 | 10 Questions: Jason Anick

We had the privilege of interviewing rising star multi-instrumentalist Jason Anick at the Mandolin Cafe a year ago. The swing fiddler/mandolinist has had a packed summer teaching workshops and touring with private and public performances. We're looking forward to the release of his next CD soon, too.

Jason goes into detail about his background, playing with prominent contemporary artists such as John Jorgenson and Robin Nolan, teaching at Berklee, personal growth from transcribing the greats, and his infatuation with the Beatles. It's a great read from a terrific artist.

Read interview: 10 Questions For Jason Anick


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Posted by Ted at July 9, 2013 5:34 AM

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