Episode 192 pt2 – 12.01.14 – Randy Wood talks Bill Monroe, Elvis Presely, GTR, Bluegrass and more…

randy2Legendary Disc Jockey, Eddie Winters and Co-host, Tommy Arnold kick off another fantastic episode with a stirring conversation about their upcoming guest, Master Craftsman and World Renown Instrument maker, Randy Wood.

After a quick phone call from Agent 69 AKA David Wilcox, the boys reach out to Randy Wood in his shop down in Bloomingdale, Georgia. Randy takes Eddie and Tommy on a journey through his life, discussing his roots as a woodworker and how his interest in bluegrass music paved the way for a lifelong dedication to creating some of the finest guitars, mandolins and fiddles in the world. Randy shares details about his work on Elvis Presley’s famous black Gibson Dove guitar in which Randy designed and installed the custom mother or pearl inlay on one of the most iconic guitars in Rock and Roll history.

Later, Randy talks about his friendship with the late, great pioneer of bluegrass, Bill Monroe and also shares some insights about the process of woodworking and crafting an instrument. Hear stories from Randy’s past while working at the now legendary GTR shop in Nashville, alongside Tut Taylor and George Gruhn. Get a closer understanding on how Randy’s approach and dedication to the art has made him one of the most sought after Instrument makers in the world with clients like Eric Clapton, Billy Gibbons, Keith Richards, Elvis, Bobby Whitlock and so many more.

You won’t want to miss this historic interview with the Master Craftsman who played a key role during the golden age of Blue grass, Country and Rock and Roll Music!

Even later in the program, Eddie tracks down Barry “The Stallion” Streib for the inside scoop on the most recent defeat against the Baltimore Ravens by the San Diego Chargers. The journey to the promised land certainly has a few bumps on the way, baby!

Don’t miss this spectacular episode of the Coup!!

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