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Dakota Midday: Banjo Songstress Erin Inglish

Brittany App: App’s Photography

Before she became a full-time musician, California banjo playing singer/songwriter Erin Inglish worked as sustainability engineer. Her work took her to the the Balkans, India, Madagascar and other countries. Today she addresses environmental concerns through music.

Erin Inglish is also the organizer of the Banjo Babes calendar and album celebrating the work of her fellow female banjo players. One of the Banjo Babes is South Dakota’s Jami Lynn. She joins Inglish in a Friday performance at the Dahl Arts Center in Rapid City. Inglish travels to Sioux Falls on Saturday for a performance at Latitude 44. She joined Dakota Midday and discussed her music and the Banjo Babes.

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