If It Ain't Here When I Get Back
Bruce’s many cultural influences range from the music of Appalachia to Bahamian guitarist Joseph Spence, to a traditional Métis fiddle tune learned from field recordings of the Ojibwe people in Western Manitoba, to a traditional 19th century Australian lament and beyond. One common element of these widespread musical cultures is the storytelling aspect of their folk music. Though he reveres his musical inspirations, Molsky is no recreationist. He blends myriad sounds and styles and puts his own spin on them, producing songs that are both old and new, traditional and fresh, and he makes it seem effortless.
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