Jordan Greenberg, violinist of Harpeth Rising, spoke with WVUD regarding their newly released album, “Against All Tides.” Greenberg spoke with us about her band, Harpeth Rising, and their focus on Chamberfolk.
The trio consists of Maria Di Meglio on the cello, Michelle Younger on the banjo, and of course Jordan Greenberg on the violin.
Listen To The Interview
Jordana Greenberg, recorded live on June 13, 2017. Aired October 17, 2017.
About The Group
Harpeth Rising consists of a combination of Folk, Newgrass, Rock, and Classical music all blending into one unique unforgettable sound. The three ladies of the trio all hold prestigious classical performance degrees from Indiana University, Eastman School of Music, and Oberlin. But the desire to preform sparked way before that. Di Meglio was brought up learning Eastern European folk, Younger grew up under the influence of family member Cole Younger, who is a banjo player himself, and Greenberg attained her love for music by following the sounds of Stan Rogers, Leonard Cohen, and Natalie McMaster. Harpeth Rising’s new album “Against All Tides” was released last spring and the feedback has been nothing but positive things!
Due to copyright issues this podcast only features excerpts from “Dance Me To The End Of Love,” which appeared in this radio broadcast.
- Artist / Track / Album / Year
- Harpeth Rising / Love Child / Against All Tides / 2017
- Harpeth Rising / Dance Me To The End of Love / Shifted / 2015
- Harpeth Rising / Shades of Orange / Against All Tides / 2017
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