Jesse Farrar from Old Salt Union

Old Salt Union has been making string music for about 7 years now, and what’s impressive aside from their talent is their eclectic sound even though they are a string band who play very traditional music. They blend several styles to make up their own very unique sound. Jesse Farrar is a vocalist and bass player with the band. He probably has the greatest insight into their music and place within the bluegrass and larger music community, so it was great to sit down and talk all things Old Salt Union. For tour dates at some cool videos visit oldsaltunion.com.

Show Notes:  

First Song: 00:14 – God You Don’t Need

Interview Begins: 04:38

Extro Song: 35:18 – Where the Dogs Don’t Bite

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