Munde, Alan 2012-03-03

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This interview features banjo player Alan Munde. Alan continues to discuss his work with Country Gazette in terms of both recording and performing. Munde also talks about moving to Levelland, Texas, to begin teaching at South Plains College.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Alan Munde

Additional Parties Recorded: n/a

Date: March 2, 2012

Location: Wimberley, Texas

Interviewer: Andy Wilkinson

Length: 00:54:54


Joe Carr 5 00:00:00 Married and moving to Norman 6 00:07:07 Philip 11 00:20:00 Teaching 13 00:28:00 Balancing home life and music 17 00:42:00 Joe Carr and Mike Anderson join 20 00:49:27 Artpark 25 01:05:00 Mid-American Art Alliance 30 01:20:00 American and Clean 36 01:35:55 Ruffton and Mike Metcalf 40 01:45:43 Working with Herschel 42 01:52:10 Gene Wooten and Billy Joe join 49 02:07:55 Bluegrass Tonight 52 02:16:15 Country Gazette in Nashville 55 02:23:42 Joe goes to South Plains 58 02:33:06 Recruiting to South Plains 63 02:45:13 Moving to Levelland 66 02:57:22


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