In-Studio: Violinda

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By Jason McCall
Other Side Drive


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    In-Studio: Violinda

It takes a lot of bravery and determination to pursue a career in music, especially as a violinist in a world ruled by bands. Violinda is a special type of musician that brings a lot of heart to her music. During an interview with Other Side Drive hosts Shannon and Jason, Violinda gives a bit of insight into what tribulations she’s faced while honing her craft and preparing an album release.

Violinda shares her experiences working with different collaborators in the process of her new album and even mentions a wish list of musicians she would like to work with in the future.  Along the way she discusses not only the fun side of the process, but also the difficulty behind taking her largely improvised performances and making them into tracks. Violinda is a passionate violinist and it shows in her music.


On Air Talent – Shannon Williams and Jason McCall
Other Side Drive Executive Producer – Fernando Espinosa de los Monteros
Written by – Jason McCall

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