The Brad Kolodner Show
Brad Kolodner is a full-time musician who plays clawhammer banjo, old-time fiddle, and guitar. Rooted in the traditions of Appalachian folk music, Brad is an avid promoter and ambassador for old-time, bluegrass and American roots music. He tours throughout the region in a duet with his father, world-renowned hammered dulcimer player and old-time fiddler Ken Kolodner. Ken & Brad’s first album as a duo, Otter Creek, was the #1 most played instrumental album on the Folk-DJ Radio charts in 2011.
Brad graduated from Ithaca College in 2012 with a degree in Television/Radio where he hosted a folk show on WICB called “The Hobo’s Lullaby.”
Brad is a 2013-14 Strathmore Artist in Residence, and lives in Baltimore where he teaches banjo at his music studio. Brad’s a member of Baltimore-based Charm City Junction, which the Washington Post says “puts a new spin on old-timey music, carrying the torch of fast-picking bluegrass and toe-tapping Celtic music.” The band’s second CD, Duckpin, was released July 13. Read more about the band the the CD here.