Hey folks. I am super excited to tell you that I’ll be teaching guitar during Old Time and Traditional Week at Steve Kaufman’s Acoustic Camp in Maryville, TN, June 14 – 20 — IN PERSON! Yup, an actual be-there-do-that musical learning experience! This is one great event, and I’m thrilled to be there. The […]
Welcome . . .
Martin Grosswendt has been exploring the roots and branches of American acoustic music for more than 40 years. A master of pre-war blues and other southern traditional music, his fingerpicking, bottleneck playing and singing amaze and move audiences, critics and musicians alike. He’s known at festivals, concert venues and music camps across the U.S., and his instrumental and vocal skills are matched by his knowledge of the music’s sources and creators, whose stories he weaves into every performance. He’s also a dedicated and passionate teacher, committed to keeping the music alive. Get to know Martin Grosswendt’s music — you’ll be glad that you did.
In the world of American roots music, Martin Grosswendt is a national treasure. He’s authentic in performance, generous in teaching, and genuine to the core. He has an old soul. No way could he be the great musician he is without one.
— Phil Zimmerman, musician, photographer and author of Bluegrass Time
He’s one of the best fingerpickers I ever heard play.
— David Bromberg