Fiddle Me This Unisex Hoodie
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Everyone needs a cozy go-to hoodie to curl up in, so go for one that's soft, smooth, and stylish. It's the perfect choice for cooler evenings!

• 50% pre-shrunk cotton, 50% polyester
• Fabric weight: 8.0 oz/yd² (271.25 g/m²)
• Air-jet spun yarn with a soft feel and reduced pilling
• Double-lined hood with matching drawcord
• Quarter-turned body to avoid crease down the middle
• 1 × 1 athletic rib-knit cuffs and waistband with spandex
• Front pouch pocket
• Double-needle stitched collar, shoulders, armholes, cuffs, and hem
• Blank product sourced from Honduras, Mexico, or Nicaragua

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Fiddle Me This Mug
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Whether you're drinking your morning coffee, evening tea, or something in between – this mug's for you! It's sturdy and glossy with a vivid print that'll withstand the microwave and dishwasher.

• Ceramic
• Dishwasher and microwave safe
• White and glossy

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Fiddle Me This: A Podcast

An Old Fashioned Jam 

JT sits down for a good old-fashioned jam session with two of his favorite past guests Andy Emert from Episode 3 (A Tune of Andy’s) and Doug Fleener from Episode 5 (Kentucky Sour Mash Moves West). The fellas play tunes…

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A Portland, Oregon Sound 

Another Bay Area native moves to Portland and turns into an internationally touring fiddle player..There must be something in the water up here! With a multitude of musical influences and a deep rootedness into the Portland local original music scene…

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Fiddling is a Big Deal in Northeast Washington 

A Northeast Washington fiddle bubble exists and this guy grew up in it. Known by just about everyone in the Pacific Northwest fiddle scene and in pockets across the country, Gary Schuh has friends everywhere, and it’s all because of…

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Not Every Idaho Spud’s a Dud 

Sit back and enjoy the fiddling of 3 time Grand National Champ, Luke Price. Originally from Idaho, but loved even in Texas, this guy is rooted and original. His wife Rachael also joins us on tenor guitar and even sings…

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The Golden Spike 

How does a Utah fiddler connect with an Oklahoma fiddle legend? Hear this story and more as we chat with Ogden, UT native, Jeanine Orme and learn how her heroes are not so different from mine. I can count on…

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A Modern Day Banjo Slinger 

Today we take a slightly different angle with special guest, Austin Quattlebaum. A modern day troubadour rooted in American culture and music. His banjo playing and songwriting has been heard all over the world and today, he shares it with…

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JT & Friends 

Old Ozark melodies, haunting originals and terrifying tales will grace your ear in this one. 3rd generation Ozark musician and normally your Fiddle Me This host, JT Trawick pulls his fiddle off the wall for this one. Backed by his…

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Who’s Your Favorite Dead Fiddler? 

SPECIAL EPISODE: When Dan Levenson started talking about his favorite dead fiddlers back in the first episode (Bare Naked Banjo Man Plays Fiddle Too), we knew we had the perfect theme for a Halloween Special. Since then, every guest has…

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Not All Who Wander From California Get Found In Oregon 

How did an Oregon tradition change the life of a native Californian and provide lifelong inspiration? Tune up and join in as we hear from two longtime Oregonians, both originally from California. Now partnered, the duo continue the tradition of…

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Swedish Delight 

Another Pacific Northwest native shares her tunes and tales with us. Does reverse-psychology really work? What does Sweden have to do with the local fiddle flavor? Why is Orange Blossom Special so bad? Did we mention our guest today is…

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Kentucky Sour Mash Moves West 

From the self-proclaimed fiddle capital of the world, Leitchfield, Kentucky, Doug Fleener chats hometown heroes and influences from places far away like Texas and Washington. Just why, exactly, did Doug wind up all the way in Oregon and what is…

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From the Gulf Coast to the West Coast 

Tunes, tunes and more tunes..sometimes when you haven’t seen your friend in a while, you just want to pick. Thats what happened today. Recorded while wildfires burned just south of Portland and threatened our city, it just felt good to…

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A Tune of Andy’s 

Supposedly Albert Einstein was quoted as saying that the brilliance of genius is to never reveal your sources. In the fiddle world, it seems to be a nod of respect to quote your influences. This week on Fiddle Me This…

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Big Montana Man Plays A Little Fiddle 

Isaac & Louise Callender know a ton of tunes and have absorbed so much music, but they never really left their roots. You can hear it in their playing. We get a real taste of northwest Montana and southwest Canada…

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Bare Naked Banjo Man Plays Fiddle Too 

Catching up with Dan Levenson as he passes through the Pacific Northwest. We learn about his upcoming Mel Bay publication and hear the tale of his cross-A fiddle built by a local legend from West Lafayette, Ohio. Dan also talks…

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