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Bela Fleck And The Flecktones Concert

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When I was asked if I wanted to go to a , I jumped at the opportunity. I had heard of the name, but I never really heard the music. I really didn't know what to expect. Someone told me that their bass player was one of the best today and that the rest of the band was just as amazing as he was. So as I made my way to the Center for the Arts, I was very excited to see what they sounded like and better yet if they were as talented as I heard. We made our way down to our seats (very good ones to I might add for buying the tickets right before we went in) and settled in, eagerly anticipating the show.
The lights dimmed and out walked the four members of the band, a bass player, a banjo player, a saxophonist and a percussionist. It was nothing like I had ever seen before; the combination of instruments was to say the least, a very unique mixture. The most amazing part of the instruments was that the percussionist played the drums on a guitar looking instrument that ran through speakers. Then they started to play and I was completely blown ...

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