Abigail Washburn and Bela Fleck duo plays at The Ark February 19

. January 31, 2018.
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The breathtaking originality of banjo-wieldling duo Abigail Washburn and Bela Fleck is a must-see for all music lovers. Hear traditional songs in an innovative new light along with beautifully heartfelt originals on February 19th, at The Ark. Abigail’s voice is as sweet as it is deeply moving, while Bela’s unique banjo playing has been regarded as highly inventive. More interesting, the two are not only partners in music, but partners in life.

$45-$85 | 8pm | Monday, February 19.
The Ark, 316 S. Main St.
734-761-1800 | theark.org

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