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Music at Marrowbone Books: Sasha Hsuczyk

Sasha Hsuczyk’s influences range from her first love – Irish traditional music – to the old Sacred Harp songbooks, to the country music of Kitty Wells.

Ahead of her recent gig at Marrowbone Books in the Coombe, she spoke to Martin Cook about how the Los Angeles-born, Pennsylvania-based vegetable farmer became such an accomplished musician. Listen in below to their discussion, and her performance.

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Martin Cook portrait
Martin Cook

Martin's substantive career was in civil engineering, specialising in the field of traffic and transportation. Currently, he is attached to Dublin City FM, and works as a freelance broadcast journalist. He is continuously striving to ignore alien orders.

 

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