Fingerstyle guitarist Duck Baker online this Sunday

Posted 11/19/20

Duck Baker is one of the most highly regarded fingerstyle guitarists of his generation. His repertoire ranges from traditional Irish music through old-time mountain music and bluegrass to blues, …

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Fingerstyle guitarist Duck Baker online this Sunday

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Duck Baker is one of the most highly regarded fingerstyle guitarists of his generation. His repertoire ranges from traditional Irish music through old-time mountain music and bluegrass to blues, gospel, and ragtime, and to swing, modern jazz and free improvisation. Baker is also a prodigious composer and arranger, having written well over 200 pieces, mostly for guitar. His recording career spans 5 decades and includes some 29 records under his own name, and another 40 or so on anthologies, as a sideman and in duo and trio settings. He has also authored 12 music books and a similar number of instructional videos. Among other projects, Duck often performs with his wife, Helen Roche, the acclaimed traditional vocalist. She joins him for this online concert.

WHERE: Online
WHEN: Sunday, Nov. 22; 7 p.m.
COST: Free; all tips go to the artist
MORE INFO: commonfencemusic.org 

Event Date
Sunday, November 22, 2020
Event time
7:00 PM
Cost / donation
Free; tips go to the artists
Contact
commonfencemusic.org
 

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