Sarah Jarosz join us on this week’s Fretboard Journal Podcast to talk about her new solo album, World on the Ground. She explains why she turned to producer John Leventhal for this project (it’s the first solo album she’s put out not produced by Gary Paczosa), explains how the album and its songs came together, and even walks us through some of her favorite gear, including her Fletcher Brock-built octave mandolin and her Collings D1A guitar. We also talk about the challenges of releasing an album in the middle of a pandemic, sourdough bread baking and a lot more.
Photograph by Josh Wool.
This episode is sponsored by Retrofret Vintage Guitars and Mono Cases.
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