Old Man Luedecke (CAN)

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Old Man Luedecke (CAN)

Fredag 23. august: Bolero: 19:15
Music Programme 2019

Lørdag 24. august: Bolero: 11:15
Music Programme 2019

A prize-winning banjo player, guitarist and songwriter, Old Man Luedecke from Nova Scotia in Canada is a modern poet and troubadour in the old-time folk tradition. Old Man Luedecke (Chris Luedecke) is a talented banjo player and story-teller who also writes well-turned songs. He has won two Canadian Juno Awards for his albums Proof Of Love (2008) and My Hands Are On Fire And Other Lovesongs (2010). His album Tender is the Night (2012) won Album of the Year at the Canadian East Coast Music Awards.

Old Man Luedecke has worked closely with that master of American old-time music, Tim O’Brien, a frequent guest at Tønder Festival. Tim O’Brien produced Old Man Luedecke’s two most recent albums and contributes on mandolin, violin, bouzouki and sings. Domestic Eccentric (2015) was recorded in Old Man Luedecke’s living room. His only concert in Denmark in 2019.