Steve Martin

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Interview: John McEuen

Multi-instrumentalist John McEuen has been playing music professionally for over forty-five years. A key member of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band for much of that time, he was the driving force behind their classic 1972 album Will The Circle Be Unbroken, which had the band collaborating with bluegrass and country-western legends like Maybelle Carter, Doc Watson, Earl Scruggs, and Merle Travis. McEuen has also recorded or performed with a staggering array of other artists over the years, and his production credits include the Grammy-winning Steve Martin album The Crow: New Songs for the 5-string Banjo.

John McEuen and his sons Jonathan and Nathan recently released the wonderful album For All the Good, billed as The McEuen Sessions, which has been praised as amongst the best of the elder McEuen’s career. The following was for a preview article for the performance billed as John McEuen and Sons at the Lobero Theatre, Santa Barbara on 11/17/12. It was conducted by phone on 10/27/12.

Movie Review: Troubadours

Review of Troubadours, documentary film about the singer-songwriter genre and The Troubadour, featuring Carole King, James Taylor, and more.

Concert Review: Steve Martin

Review of Steve Martin concert at Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara, 10/8/10.

Photos: Steve Martin

Photos by L. Paul Mann: Steve Martin at Granada Theatre, 10/8/10.

Review of this show.