Kathy Kallick and friends drop by for an intimate performance and interview. A veteran of the Northern California bluegrass scene, Kathy Kallick is a powerful singer and songwriter whose rootsy, well-crafted music is full of deep passion. Kallick recently visited the AG studios (along with mandolin player Tom Bekeny and Dobro wiz Greg Booth) to deliver a wonderful two-song performance and engage in a revealing conversation. She discusses the distinctive qualities of the Bay Area bluegrass community, influences like Vern & Ray and Rich Wilbur, her childhood amid the “folk scare,” and more. (Her story about meeting Bill Monroe himself is a doozy.)

 

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