Acoustic Guitar Sessions Presents John McCutcheon

With his newest album release, Trolling for Dreams, hot off the griddle, folk troubadour and multi-instrumentalist John McCutcheon dropped by the Acoustic Guitar Sessions studio to perform two songs from it: “Y’all Means All” and “This Ain’t Me,” both in double drop-D tuning.

With his newest album release, Trolling for Dreams, hot off the griddle, folk troubadour and multi-instrumentalist John McCutcheon dropped by the Acoustic Guitar Sessions studio to perform two songs from it: “Y’all Means All” and “This Ain’t Me,” both in double drop-D tuning.

With his roots in American traditional music firmly planted, McCutcheon’s latest album finds him contemplating themes of family, loss, home, and unity.

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McCutcheon plays a 2002 Huss & Dalton MJ-C, with spruce top, and Pomelle figured sapele back and sides.

Look for a transcription of “Y’all Means All” in an upcoming issue of Acoustic Guitar, and check out an exclusive Guitar Talk with McCutcheon here.

For more AG Sessions, check out the archive.

Anna Pulley
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