Molly Tuttle breaks the bluegrass barrier on new album, When You're Ready

Molly Tuttle is redefining what it means to play bluegrass music in 2019. She dropped by to chat with Tom Power and perform a few songs from her new album.
Molly Tuttle performing in the q studio in Toronto. (Vivian Rashotte/CBC)

Molly Tuttle is a groundbreaking musician who's redefining what it means to play bluegrass music in 2019. She's the first woman to ever win Guitar Player of the Year from the International Bluegrass Association and her new album, When You're Ready, has woken up the world to her range as a musician.

Molly Tuttle with host Tom Power in the q studio. (Vivian Rashotte/CBC)

She joined host Tom Power in the q studio to perform some new music and talk about her career.

Click 'listen' near the top of this page to hear the full conversation and live session.

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