Brett and I discussed the popularity of Wesley’s “Folsom Prison Blues” video, some of the tricks I use for teaching guitar to young kids, and I got in a little rant about the bankruptcy of American culture.
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Great interview, Rob! Thanks, BTW, for being an excellent instructor. It’s obvious that you love what you do.
Thanks, Linda. Looking forward to seeing you in a few weeks.
Rob, for some reason, I can’t hear the interview even with max volume. Wesley’s song plays well, however. Do you think that it’s something on my end?
More info: When I went back to the main blog page, I heard it well. It’s just the Journal Entries page that has a problem.
Great interview! Maybe you two should co-author a book. Why not?
Glad you liked the interview. I ended up just posting an .mp3 of the interview since it sounds like there were problems with BlogTalkRadio’s player.
I could only listen to the first 30 seconds or so of the interview I just heard stuff about singing like bruce sprinsteen and then it cut off, even when I downloaded it. Is there another link I could try?
Hrm. That’s strange. It works OK for me. Sorry you were subjected to that Springsteen parody…
It’s available here, at least for the time being:
Great job! I really enjoyed the interview and I will be checking back often and I even added you to my sites blogroll. I’m sure my readers will find your post very informative and insightful…Rock on!
Cool Mickey, thanks!
Covered some good topics there. Nice!
I completely agree with your outlook on teaching music.
I look forward to reading about your techniques and ideas when your book is finished.
great interview. I like your outlook. and I agree on the death of american culture!
Greetings from Sweden. I wish that all music teachers were like you. So much joy in your students’ souls. Keep up the god work and don´t care about the negative views are available. Wish my kids will have someone like you as a teacher.