IBMA Artist To Artist With Jerry Douglas, J.D. Crowe, and Winston Marshall

by David Bandrowski

Bluegrass Music Hall of Famer J.D. Crowe’s infusion of new ideas into bluegrass banjo took the music to a decidedly younger and more diverse crowd, inspiring a new generation of pickers and fans. His music would influence a young banjo player across the Atlantic named Winston Marshall, who would take the banjo to millions of fans worldwide. As a member of Grammy award-winning Mumford & Sons, Winston has helped completely transform the image of the banjo in popular culture.

Jerry Douglas has used his dobro to build musical bridges throughout his storied career. He has shared both the stage and the studio with J.D. Crowe and Winston Marshall, and he invites you to join him and these two groundbreaking banjo players for a fun conversation about how music unites.


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