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Recent Blog Posts

3/27/18
by Seth Johnson
David Hazel Discusses His DIY Touring Experience
(Poster by Graham Brown, photo of David by Joanie Youngman)Musical Family Tree is excited to announc...
3/21/18
by Seth Johnson
Andy D Discusses His DIY Touring Experience
Musical Family Tree is excited to announce its first event of four in an educational series for Indi...
2/19/18
by Seth Johnson
Interview: Charlie Ballantine
Photo of Charlie Ballantine at Postal Recording by Mark SheldonCharlie Ballantine has been a staple ...

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 2012,

Recorded @ Reber Recording in Muncie, Indiana by Frank Reber on 03/11/2012. 
Photos are courtesy of Lauren Bultman Photography.

Be sure to head over to ReberRecording.com/archive/MFT005 to view the photo gallery and listen to the podcast!

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Recent Blog Posts

3/27/18
by Seth Johnson
David Hazel Discusses His DIY Touring Experience
(Poster by Graham Brown, photo of David by Joanie Youngman)Musical Family Tree is excited to announc...
3/21/18
by Seth Johnson
Andy D Discusses His DIY Touring Experience
Musical Family Tree is excited to announce its first event of four in an educational series for Indi...
2/19/18
by Seth Johnson
Interview: Charlie Ballantine
Photo of Charlie Ballantine at Postal Recording by Mark SheldonCharlie Ballantine has been a staple ...