Tag: Bennett Sullivan

Enter The Leeway

| May 12, 2014 | 1 Comment

From Brooklyn, NY comes another young band using bluegrass instruments to play grass-inflected pop music. The Leeway describes their style as Indie/Folk, but it seems likely to appeal to fans of modern, experimental bluegrass-based music, which we have described here before as a new dimension […]


Practice Strategy Checklist from Bennett Sullivan

| March 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

We’ve written before about Bennett Sullivan, a banjo player plying his trade in New York City, and his fine album of new banjo tunes, Lady Nora. In addition to performing in and around the Big Apple, Bennett is also a successful instructor with a unique […]


Lady Nora – Bennett Sullivan

| June 6, 2013 | 2 Comments

We’ve written once before about Bennett Sullivan, a North Carolina banjo player now plying his trade in New York City. At the time we were covering his Kickstarter campaign to use crowd sourcing to finance recording a project of his original music. Well, the album has […]


Banjo in New York City?

| November 23, 2012 | 1 Comment

That’s right folks, there is banjo music in the Big Apple. But you already knew that (didn’t you?). Well, here’s another NYC banjo story. It involves Bennett Sullivan, a transplanted Tar Heel now plying the five string trade in the Big Apple. Before making the […]