Rod Olstad's Fiddling Journey

The NAFP fiddlers come from many different backgrounds and vocations, and they are unusually creative and resourceful. Several of them, for example, make their own instruments. Their love of fiddling and desire to share it has compelled them to find many different places to play.
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Russ Gadbois and Rod Olstad

Russ Gadbois and Rod Olstad

Russ Gadbois and his "Walking Stick Fiddle" .

Russ Gadbois and his "Walking Stick Fiddle" .

Lester Web shows Rod violins that he makes.

Lester Web shows Rod violins that he makes.