Ted Yoder is a recording artist, composer, and hammered dulcimer player. He's released five albums, has another one on the way, and regularly tours the country playing concerts. Ted Gained much acclaimed when his cover version of Tears For Fears' "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" became a Facebook Livestream sensation. I sat down with Ted after his concert at the Gebhard Woods Dulcimer Festival in Morris, Illinois. The beginning of the episode features a brief interview with Peggy Peryam, one of the organizers of the festival and herself a musician, teacher, and dulcimer player. You can find Ted's music and tour dates at: www.tedyoder.com and you can find info about the dulcimer festival at: http://www.gebharddulcimer.org/
Peggy mentioned a number of other musicians in her interview. Each of their websites can be found here:
Finally, Ted Yoder was greatly influenced by the artist Rich Mullins. Check below for links to the new Rich Mullins: Between the Songs Podcast and other PostConsumer Mullins episodes, including Mitch McVicker, the EMT Pam Destri, Joe Cook of the Ragamuffin Archive, David Leo Schultz of the Ragamuffin movie, and Caleb Kruse who wrote the book Meeting Rich.
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Rich Mullins: Between the Songs—Episode 1: Introduction and Jimmy Abegg on the Be God's Project
David Leo Schultz on Directing Ragamuffin
Pam Destri—The EMT called to the accident that took the life of Rich Mullins
An Interview With Mitch McVicker
Caleb Kruse on Meeting Rich
Joe Cook of the Ragamuffin Archive
So...They Made a Movie About Rich Mullins...
Interview--Reed Arvin: Recording Rich Mullins'
A Liturgy, A Legacy, and A Ragamuffin Band — Interview With Reed Arvin