Four tunes from David Surette's set during a concert celebrating the artistry of Froggy Bottom Guitars.
January 29, 2016
Guitarist David Surette is a long-time player of Froggy Bottom guitars, and is known for his interpretations of Irish, Breton, French, and American roots music, and for his own compositions. He has recorded widely and his latest project is a duo album with Susie Burke, Waiting for the Sun.
The four-tune set in this video is from Froggy Bottom Night in Putney, Vermont, an evening of music celebrating the artistry of Michael Millard and Froggy Bottom Guitars.
The tunes are:
- "A Lot of Sir John" (Surette)
- "Frog's Legs" (Surette)
- "Derobee de Guingamp/Gavotte Pourlet" (trad. Breton, arr. Surette)
- "Sky Boys" (Surette)
Learn more about David Surette at BurkeSurette.com.
Video by Michael Hanish, www.freelunchmedia.com.
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