This day (July 10, 1958), in New York City, is born Béla Fleck, a banjo player, solo or with the Flecktones.
1 . w/ Abigail Washburn- Let It Go (2018)
2 . w/ Abigail Washburn- The Final Countdown (2015)
3 . w/ Chick Corea – Mountain (2014)
4 . w/ The Flecktones – Sinister Minister (2011)
5 . w/ Edgar Meyer & Zakir Hussein – Pile Up (2010)
6 . w/ Tony Trischka Pete Seeger Tribute (2009)
7 . Live in Cape Breton
8 . w/ The Flecktones – Sojourn Of Arjuna (1998)
9 . w/ The Flecktones – Next
10 . w/ New Grass Revival – Deviation
11 . w/ The Flecktones – Sunset Road (1991)
12 . w/ Mark O’Connor, Jerry Douglas & Mark Schatz – Sapin (1987)
Crossfire . Whitewater . Blue Mountain Hop . Katmandu . Buffalo Nickel . Spain . Spanish Point .
Wikipedia : This day (July 10, 1958), in New York City, is born Béla Fleck, a banjo player, solo or with the Flecktones.
Béla Fleck : Through the course of five albums, they charted new territory with their blend of bluegrass, rock and country music. The relentless national and international touring by NGR exposed Béla’s banjo playing to the bluegrass/acoustic music world.
Béla Fleck and the Flecktones :
@last.fm : After a 1988 phone call with bassist Victor Wooten, Fleck and Wooten formed Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, rounded out with harmonica player Howard Levy and Wooten’s percussionist brother Roy “Future Man” Wooten, who plays synthesizer-based percussion. Saxophonist Jeff Coffin joined the group with the album “Left of Cool”.
Photo : Matthew Straubmuller
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