Brian Miller http://wmuk.org en In the studio with Brian Miller and Randy Gosa http://wmuk.org/post/studio-brian-miller-and-randy-gosa <p>Discover forgotten gems with singer/guitarist <a href="http://evergreentrad.com">Brian Miller</a> and mandolinist/bouzouki player <a href="http://evergreentrad.com">Randy Gosa</a>, live with Cara Lieurance in the Takeda studio at WMUK.</p><p>Two leading acoustic players from the Midwest, Miller and Gosa found inspiration in the folk songs of the northern lumber camps, where many Irish immigrants worked in the mid 19th to 20th centuries.&nbsp;</p> Fri, 29 Nov 2013 21:29:46 +0000 Cara Lieurance 10688 at http://wmuk.org In the studio with Brian Miller and Randy Gosa Brian Miller revives music of the northern lumber camps http://wmuk.org/post/brian-miller-revives-music-northern-lumber-camps <p></p><p>Minnesota musician <a href="http://evergreentrad.com">Brian Miller&#39;s</a> most recent CD, <a href="http://evergreentrad.com"><em>The Falling of the Pine</em></a>, is his second album of songs that were sung in the lumber camps across the northern states in the 19th and early 20th&nbsp;centuries.&nbsp;</p> Mon, 14 Oct 2013 19:55:07 +0000 Cara Lieurance 9506 at http://wmuk.org Brian Miller revives music of the northern lumber camps