The Be Good Tanyas

Lisa talks with members of the The Be Good Tanyas, three women who play traditional American music, often with a twist. Their debut album, Blue Horse, is rich with acoustic guitar, mandolin, and banjo; it was recorded in an old shack in the woods of Canada.

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