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    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music Jerry Douglas with David Holt

    David Holt's State of Music

    Jerry Douglas with David Holt

    Jerry Douglas talks to David Holt about the Dobro.

    Jerry Douglas with David Holt

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music Jerry Douglas Plays “Hey Joe”

    David Holt's State of Music

    Jerry Douglas Plays “Hey Joe”

    Jerry Douglas plays “Hey Joe” for "David Holt's State of Music."

    Jerry Douglas Plays “Hey Joe”

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    David Holt's State of Music

    Episode 6 Preview

    David visits with Jerry Douglas, a 14-time Grammy winner.

    Episode 6 Preview

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music David Holt Introduces Jerry Douglas

    David Holt's State of Music

    David Holt Introduces Jerry Douglas

    Series host David Holt introduces longtime friend Jerry Douglas.

    David Holt Introduces Jerry Douglas

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    David Holt's State of Music

    Episode 5 Preview

    David interviews Molly Tuttle.

    Episode 5 Preview

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music Molly Tuttle’s “Good Enough”

    David Holt's State of Music

    Molly Tuttle’s “Good Enough”

    Guitarist and songwriter Molly Tuttle performs her original song “Good Enough.”

    Molly Tuttle’s “Good Enough”

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music Molly Tuttle’s “Million Miles”

    David Holt's State of Music

    Molly Tuttle’s “Million Miles”

    Guitarist and songwriter Molly Tuttle performs her original song “Million Miles.”

    Molly Tuttle’s “Million Miles”

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music Molly Tuttle’s “Rain and Snow”

    David Holt's State of Music

    Molly Tuttle’s “Rain and Snow”

    Guitarist Molly Tuttle performs the traditional murder ballad “Rain and Snow."

    Molly Tuttle’s “Rain and Snow”

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    David Holt's State of Music

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    David visits and plays with Joe Newberry at the Haw River Ballroom in Saxapahaw, NC.

    Episode 4 Preview

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music "The Darker the Night"

    David Holt's State of Music

    "The Darker the Night"

    Joe Newberry and David Holt perform "The Darker the Night."

    "The Darker the Night"

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music "Baby I'm Blue"

    David Holt's State of Music

    "Baby I'm Blue"

    Joe Newberry performs "Baby I'm Blue."

    "Baby I'm Blue"

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music David Holt Introduces Joe Newberry

    David Holt's State of Music

    David Holt Introduces Joe Newberry

    Series host David Holt introduces longtime friend Joe Newberry.

    David Holt Introduces Joe Newberry

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    David Holt's State of Music

    Episode 3 Preview

    David visits with fiddler, singer and step-dancer April Verch at the Guitar Bar.

    Episode 3 Preview

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music April Verch Sings “It Don’t Do Nothin’ But Rain”

    David Holt's State of Music

    April Verch Sings “It Don’t Do Nothin’ But Rain”

    April Verch sings and dances to “It Don’t Do Nothin’ But Rain.”

    April Verch Sings “It Don’t Do Nothin’ But Rain”

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music April Verch Simultaneously Dances and Fiddles

    David Holt's State of Music

    April Verch Simultaneously Dances and Fiddles

    April Verch simultaneously dances and fiddles in the Asheville Guitar Bar.

    April Verch Simultaneously Dances and Fiddles

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music David Holt and April Verch Play a Percussion Duet

    David Holt's State of Music

    David Holt and April Verch Play a Percussion Duet

    Series host David Holt plays hambone as April Verch dances.

    David Holt and April Verch Play a Percussion Duet

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    David Holt's State of Music

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    David interviews and plays with Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton in Durham, NC.

    Episode 2 Preview

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music Jerron Paxton and David Holt Play “Twin Sisters”

    David Holt's State of Music

    Jerron Paxton and David Holt Play “Twin Sisters”

    Jerron Paxton talks with David Holt and plays “Twin Sisters” on the fiddle.

    Jerron Paxton and David Holt Play “Twin Sisters”

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music Jerron Paxton Plays “Ugly Woman”

    David Holt's State of Music

    Jerron Paxton Plays “Ugly Woman”

    Jerron Paxton plays “Ugly Woman” on the piano.

    Jerron Paxton Plays “Ugly Woman”

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music Jerron Paxton Plays “Consumers Rag”

    David Holt's State of Music

    Jerron Paxton Plays “Consumers Rag”

    Jerron Paxton plays “Consumers Rag” on the guitar at the Hayti Cultural Center.

    Jerron Paxton Plays “Consumers Rag”

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music David Holt and Sam Bush Play “Johnson Boys”

    David Holt's State of Music

    David Holt and Sam Bush Play “Johnson Boys”

    David Holt and Sam Bush play “Johnson Boys” on mouth bow and mandolin.

    David Holt and Sam Bush Play “Johnson Boys”

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    David Holt's State of Music

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    David visits with Sam Bush on location near Nashville, TN.

    Episode 1 Preview

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music “Eight More Miles to Louisville”

    David Holt's State of Music

    “Eight More Miles to Louisville”

    Sam Bush plays the bluegrass classic “Eight More Miles to Louisville."

    “Eight More Miles to Louisville”

    Video thumbnail: David Holt's State of Music David Holt Interviews Mandolin Legend Sam Bush

    David Holt's State of Music

    David Holt Interviews Mandolin Legend Sam Bush

    David Holt interviews mandolin legend Sam Bush about his musical origins.

    David Holt Interviews Mandolin Legend Sam Bush