DUH’s Jon Seskevich and local musician A.C. Bushnell combine ancient sacred words with traditional American music.
This article was originally published in the April 2008 edition of Inside Duke Medicine.
For A.C. Bushnell, it’s not a violin —it’s a fiddle. With that one word, you know the kind of music the Chapel Hill musician makes. It is not the rarefied strains found in the concert hall, but the sweet, American traditional music that has flowed from the back porches of Central North Carolina homes on Friday nights for 400 years.
Last summer, that tradition took a new turn when Bushnell teamed with Jon Seskevich, R.N., a nurse clinician and stress management expert at Duke University Hospital. Continue reading →