eTown Launches Nick Forester’s Teach Me One Thing
One of the most creative things to come out of these “sheltering at home” times is heading your way. It’s Nick Forster’s Teach Me One Thing.
In a series of video chats, longtime host of the syndicated radio show, eTown (and internationally renowned Hot Rize bluegrass band alum) Nick Forster calls on his wide social circle and asks them to teach him something.
Whether it’s the beauty of the “G” chord as explained by guitar great Bill Frisell, or how to perfectly shuffle a deck of cards as taught by actor/banjoist extraordinaire Steve Martin, Nick finds a way to engage his friends with the aim of learning something new from each of them, all from the comfort of their own home, during this crucial time of “social distancing.”
“While we’re all being responsible and staying in, I really wanted to do two things: connect with my friends and learn something new. That’s how Teach Me One Thing was born,” says Grammy nominated musician and eTown host Nick Forster.
“The funny thing about teaching, especially if you don’t do it all the time, is that it makes each of us think about what we know and what we’re good at. Most of the time it also reveals things we wish we were better at, and that’s the whole deal with any artist’s journey, always working to get better.”
Teach Me One Thing launched on Tuesday, May 12th with episode one featuring Mike Gordon to be followed by Steve Martin on May 19th and Billy Strings on May 26th. A new episode will be released every Tuesday. Viewers can find Teach Me One Thing by visiting eTown.org, eTown’s YouTube Channel, or by following eTown_Radio on Instagram, and eTownRadio on Facebook and Twitter. The episodes will also be available to listeners via podcast streaming services and the eTown app.
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