Interview with Jake Fussell, Durham, North Carolina

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Jake Fussell
Jake Fussell (Durham, North Carolina)

Originally from Georgia, Jake Xerxes Fussell is a singer and guitarist who lives in Durham, North Carolina. He has toured extensively as a solo performer and as a guitarist for a number of acts, including The Como Mamas and Joan Shelley. Fussell has released three studio albums of traditional material. He hosts a weekly radio program, Fall Line Radio, which airs every Wednesday afternoon on WHUP FM, a community station in Hillsborough, North Carolina. A long-time folklorist, ethnographer, and student of old songs and traditional repertoire, Fussell brings old repertoire to new generations in his own thoughtful and innovative way, honoring what came before while offering his own unique take on the world through song. 

Interviewed by Holly Hobbs, 09/18/2020.
Holly Hobbs
Music; United States; Covid-19 Pandemic
Durham, North Carolina
Musicians in America during the Covid-19 Pandemic
Society for Ethnomusicology

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