John Haywood talks about Bluegrass Banjo vs. “Old time” Banjo! #rootsmusicrambler #johnhaywood

On Roots Music Rambler this week, mountain banjo expert John Haywood talks about the difference between bluegrass banjo and “old time” banjo playing, which he employs. The later of those has lineage back to African music and traditions as well as other minority influences.

Hear the full interview and more insights at rootsmusicrambler.com/johnhaywood, on the Roots Music Rambler YouTube channel or wherever you get your podcasts.

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John Haywood explains the difference between Bluegrass Banjo vs. “Old time” Banjo (Highlights)

John Haywood is an old time banjo player, not a bluegrass banjo player. He explained his background, influences and the difference between the two on the latest episode of Roots Music Rambler. Old time mountain banjo is actually influenced by African styles as well as other minority influencers. John’s discovery of that music helped give him motivation and purpose growing up in a depressed area of the country.

Hear the full interview on Roots Music Rambler at rootsmusicrambler.com, on the Roots Music Rambler YouTube channel or wherever you get your podcasts.

Get the full episodes here: https://bit.ly/RMRFullEpisodesYT
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Discover the real roots of music, from Americana, Country, Bluegrass, Blues, Soul, World and beyond.

Welcome to Roots Music Rambler!

Hosted by Francesca Folinazzo & Jason Falls. Roots Music Rambler, a podcast exploration of the where as much as the who or what. We’ll interview emerging and established artists, fans and others in Americana, Outlaw Country, Bluegrass, Blues, Roots, Soul, World and beyond. But we will always get to the stories of where they’re from and how that impacted the music we know and love.

It’s more than just their influences. It’s their families. Communities. Cultures. This show is a fun combination of music, travel, history and more. We dig into the stories from artists, musicians, songwriters, producers, fans and beyond, that don’t just expose their musical influences, but their life influences.

Music follows the path of human movement. We trace the steps to bring better understanding to what we hear today and why we love it.

Where music, travel, history and culture intersect

Join us for the exploration of the real roots of music on Roots Music Rambler. Available wherever you get your podcasts.

Be sure to subscribe on YouTube or wherever you get podcasts!

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John Haywood talks about the irony of his musical prowess – his family was Old Regular Baptist

On the latest episode of Roots Music Rambler with Francesca Folinazzo and Jason Falls, banjo picker John Haywood talks about the irony of his musical prowess as his family was Old Regular Baptist, meaning they didn’t believe in musical instruments. He also shared a phrase his papaw used that, now reinterpreted, is the title of his latest album.

Hear the full episode at rootsmusicrambler.com/johnhaywood, on the Roots Music Rambler YouTube channel or wherever you get your podcasts.

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Jason cackles at Francesca’s teen heartthrob show as they share their first concerts (Highlights)

On the latest episode of Roots Music Rambler, Frank and Falls share the stories of their first concerts. Falls looks back at his and cringes a bit, but thought Francesca’s teen heartthrob show was cackle-worthy. She recovered well, though telling the story of getting to see U2 during The Joshua Tree tour.

Check out this segment where the two talk about their initial experiences with live music. Then pop over to rootsmusicrambler.com/johnhaywood to hear their interview with banjo-heavy metal-tattoo artist John Haywood! It’s on the site, YouTube or wherever you get your podcasts.

Get the full episodes here: https://bit.ly/RMRFullEpisodesYT
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Discover the real roots of music, from Americana, Country, Bluegrass, Blues, Soul, World and beyond.

Welcome to Roots Music Rambler!

Hosted by Francesca Folinazzo & Jason Falls. Roots Music Rambler, a podcast exploration of the where as much as the who or what. We’ll interview emerging and established artists, fans and others in Americana, Outlaw Country, Bluegrass, Blues, Roots, Soul, World and beyond. But we will always get to the stories of where they’re from and how that impacted the music we know and love.

It’s more than just their influences. It’s their families. Communities. Cultures. This show is a fun combination of music, travel, history and more. We dig into the stories from artists, musicians, songwriters, producers, fans and beyond, that don’t just expose their musical influences, but their life influences.

Music follows the path of human movement. We trace the steps to bring better understanding to what we hear today and why we love it.

Where music, travel, history and culture intersect

Join us for the exploration of the real roots of music on Roots Music Rambler. Available wherever you get your podcasts.

Be sure to subscribe on YouTube or wherever you get podcasts!

Website: https://rootsmusicrambler.com
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@rootsmusicrambler
Spotify: https://jasonfalls.co/rootsspotify
Apple Podcasts: https://jasonfalls.co/rootsapple

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John Haywood is a lead singer of a heavy metal band!! Full episode this Friday! #rootsmusicrambler

On the latest episode of Roots Music Rambler, John Haywood talks about having to go through traditional mountain music to have permission to play heavy metal in his younger days. Haywood, from Prestonsburg, Ky., grew up in a holler with generations of his family, both both did and did not claim music.

Hear the explanation for yourself and learn a lot more about the intermingling of mountain music and heavy metal at rootsmusicrambler.com/johnhaywood, on the Roots Music Rambler YouTube channel or wherever you get your podcasts.

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