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JFS #53 The Richard Greene Interview….


















My guest today is expanding the musical boundaries of the Jake Feinberg Show. He grew up studying classical music however the times were so progressive that he wound up deep in roots music playing with Bill Monroe the father of bluegrass.

Before the likes of Jean Luc Ponty he was the pioneer of incorporating the electric violin in jazz/rock settings.

This led to the formation of his folk rock conglomeration Seatrain and was followed by collaborations with old follies like Jerry Garcia and David Grisman in the Great American Music Band.

His prowess and authenticity as well as a constant yearning to improve and expand his sound has led to a vibrant career as an author, band leader, educator and producer of music well after the Turn of the Century. One of the original Kentucky Colonels Richard Greene welcome to the Jake Feinberg Show.