Tom will surely discuss his work at Nechville Musical Products, where he has been in the forefront of pushing the boundaries of accepted methods of banjo construction. His solid body electric banjo, The Meteor, has been embraced by prominent progressive banjoist like Bela Fleck, and his Heli-Mount pot assembly design is a radical departure from the head-tensioning systems long employed in the banjo world.
Tom’s interview on WFDU will air at 11:15 a.m. (EST) on Friday, November 9. Folks outside the reach of the station’s broadcast range can listen live online at WFDU.fm.
Carol tells us that she also be interviewing Dolores Edgin on Friday’s show at 10:00 a.m. She was a former cast member on Hee Haw who sang backup on most of Porter Wagoner’s recordings. Dolores will share her memories of the country singer who passed away on October 28 between 10:00 and 11:00 with Carol.