A singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist, Molly Tuttle won her first International Bluegrass Music Association Guitar Player of the Year Award in 2017, becoming the first woman to receive that honor. In this episode of Voices in the Hall, Tuttle talks about her early days in California, her chief flat-picking guitar influences, and living (and thriving) with alopecia, a medical condition that results in total hair loss. Tuttle also plays live in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s audio lair, recorded by Grammy-winning recording engineer Alan Stoker.
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