Gemini

. November 26, 2013.

Gemini, symbol of the twins, it's more than a sign of the zodiac—it's also the name of a fraternal Ann Arbor folk duo. Comprised of brothers Sandor and Laz Slomovits. The brothers are known for their wistful iterations of folk standards by Pete Seger, Bob Dylan, and even a few Beatles tunes. They'll take the stage at The Ark with the assistance of a few guests, including San's daughter, Emily, Emmy award-winning pianist Brian Brill, and Grammy award-winning Harmonica player Peter Madcat Ruth. With a solid lineup, Gemini's show promises to do their folk forefathers great justice.

8pm. $12. The Ark, 316 S. Main St. 734-761-1451. theark.org

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