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Author: Carmine Street Guitars

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Guitar Makers Rick Kelly and Cindy Hulej with Producer Mike the Mic hang out and chat with guests in the legendary Greenwich Village shop Carmine Street Guitars.
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Dr. Gregory Alan Thornbury is an author, musician and currently Executive Director of the Silver Arts Project. He stopped by the shop on St. Patrick's day in 2022 to talk about playing in a band with Carl Perkin's son, Rickenbackers and his daughter, Kate Thornbury, who is an incredible up and coming artist. Also a surprise guest dropped by and told us some Irish jokes as well. Featuring music by Kate ThornburyGreg's book Why Shouldn't the Devil Have a NameTheme music by Freaky Wilderness
Steve Gunn Episode 4

Steve Gunn Episode 4

2024-03-2747:53

Steve Gunn dropped by the shop in January of 2022 to tell us a story about how he had his guitar stolen in Russia. He also performed the song “Morning River” from his album “Other You” on one of the Kelly Guitars in the shop. Featuring music from Steve GunnTheme music by Freaky Wilderness
Dylan Keefe from Marcy Playground stopped by the shop in December 2021 to talk about his Chelsea Hotel bass and his new band The Back-alley Dolls.Theme music by Freaky WildernessSongs from Marcy Playground and Back-alley Dolls
Natty Frenchy, guitarist for the Skatalites, The Congos and literally any legendary reggae artist you can think of, stops by the shop and schools Rick, Cindy and Mike in the history of Jamaican music. Music by Natty Frenchy Theme Song by Freaky Wilderness
Welcome to the back of the shop! Brush the saw dust off that stool over there and have a seat. Rick, Cindy and Mike talk all shop.  Theme and Music by Freaky Wilderness
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