PEL Presents NEM#140: Larry Keel: Hillbilly Shredder to Singer-Songwriter

PEL Presents NEM#140: Larry Keel: Hillbilly Shredder to Singer-Songwriter

By Mark Linsenmayer, Wes Alwan, Seth Paskin, Dylan Casey

The Partially Examined Life Philosophy Podcast

Saturday, 30 January

Larry has appeared on 20+ albums since co-founding Magraw Gap in 1990 and then becoming bandleader on '97. He's known for his lightning flat picking and has more recently added a good dose of social commentary and fundamental questioning to his songwriting.

We discuss "Mars’ Cry" (and listen to "Try") from American Dream (2020), "Crocodile Man" from One (2019), and "Diamond Break" from Backwoods (2009). Intro: The title track to The Sound (1999). For more, see larrykeel.com.

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