This week's episode of Fretboard Journal's BlogTalkRadio show (a talk radio show for music and guitar geeks) has two of the Cheap Suit Serenaders This week's episode features two multi-instrumentalists from the acclaimed Cheap Suit Serenders, Al Dodge and Robert Armstrong. We hear about working with R. Crumb, the early days of the Cheap Suit Serenaders, just how they got started playing old-time music and their instrument collections. Fretboard Journal Talk Radio: The Cheap Suit Serenaders Previously:Terry Zwigoff on old-time music - Boing Boing Zwigoff and Clowes will build "$40000 Man" movie - Boing Boing Sally Cruikshank's amazing '70s and '80s animation: video - Boing . Robot guitarist T-Shirt by Robert Armstrong - Boing Boing..

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