Anyone into fine banjos has heard of Kevin Enoch. Kevin started fine woodworking early in his career. He’s technically-minded and is naturally drawn to doing difficult, demanding work. Banjo building suits his perfectionistic tendencies just fine.
Take a look at any banjo he’s built… you’ll see the craftsman’s touch. Holding, playing or viewing his banjos, they’re a delight.
Recognized for their artistry, craftsmanship and performance, Kevin Enoch is one of 38 select Builders included in the North American Banjo Builder Series. Filmed entirely on location by Craig Evans, there are four volumes in the DVD Series: Banjo Builders East of the Mississippi (Volume 1), Banjo Builders West of the Mississippi (Volume 2), Conversations with Banjo Historians (Volume 3) and More Conversations with North American Banjo Builders (Volume 4). Smithsonian Folkways has created the “Instrument Builder Collection” to permanently house the Series for posterity.
For more information or to order the Banjo Builder Series, go to: www.northamericanbanjobuilders.com