This Week on TSR: Aoife & David Mayfield Parade

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1st Airing: 2/23/13
2nd Airing: 8/24/13

Links
Aoife O’Donovan
www.aoifeodonovan.com

David Mayfield Parade
www.thedavidmayfieldparade.com

Michael Perry
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All the way from Brooklyn, NY and opening tonights show is Aoife O’Donovan and her sweet voice.Picture him leaving the 1956 Flex tour bus David Mayfield and his family called home to start his nightly shift at the tool and die along side his father it’s easy to understand why he celebrates every performance he’s afforded.

Growing up in Kent, Ohio, David was surrounded by Bluegrass music. At the age of twelve he was playing bass for the family band, traveling from festival to festival, along with his younger sister, noted songstress, Jessica Lea Mayfield, singing and absorbing the stories and lessons taught by road hard veterans, all the while picking up tips on how to play a lick on guitar or mandolin. By the time he was a teenager, Mayfield had won several national awards for his guitar and mandolin playing and his reputation was being forged in the world of Bluegrass as a player to watch out for.[/two_third_last]

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Program Notes

Backstage Monologue
In this episode’s monologue – delivered from the backstage dressing room with the one lonely little lightbulb burnin’ – Mike talks about God knows what!

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