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    Default Sarah Jarosz, look at the talent.

    She has been composing her own songs since high school, and is a fantastic artist with multiple instruments. Lately the Octave Mandolin and 6 string banjo played claw hammer style..

    And she sings too!

    This is her adaption of the Edgar Alan Poe poem of the same name set to her music. (Banjo)

    Sarah Jarosz performs the Tim O'Brien song "Ireland's Green Shore" live at the Cactus Cafe in Austin Texas . She is joined on fiddle by Alex Hargreaves And on upright Bass Samson Grisman. (Banjo)

    This is her own composition. (Banjo)


    Sarah Jarosz performs "Mansinneedof", recorded during her performance at The Troubadour in West Hollywood, California on August 9, 2012. She is accompanied by Alex Hargreaves and Nathaniel Smith. (Mandolin)

    (Octave Mandolin)

    Some parts look like a guitar and some like an octave mandolin in this video.
    What do you think?

    Sarah Jarosz's acoustic performance of "Ring Them Bells" for Vanguard and Sugar Hill Record's The Americana Sessions recorded and taped at Minutia Studios in Nashville, TN. (Octave Mandoline)

    She is only 25 this year.
    Last edited by feuersteve; 04-11-2016 at 06:35 PM.
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