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Dom Flemons: Music After the Carolina Chocolate Drops
Musician and singer Dom Flemons is a founding member of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, a band that revived traditional black string band and jug band music of the 1920s and '30s. Dom has gone solo since leaving the band. His new album "Prospect Hill" includes folk, ragtime, early jazz and rock 'n' roll and fife-and-drum music. Flemons will be in the studio and will sing and play music from his new album.

Wed, Jul 30, 2014 -- 7:00pm


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