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|2016: Jul Oct|
|Bela Fleck & Chris Thile||
July 12, 2016
Tuesday 7:30 pm
|Bela Fleck & Chris Thile||
Fox Theater - Oakland
July 19, 2016
Tuesday 8:00 pm
|Bela Fleck & Victor Wooten||
October 15, 2016
Saturday 8:00 pm
|Bela Fleck & Victor Wooten||Venue Not Found||
October 16, 2016
Sunday 7:30 pm
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Bela Fleck is an American banjo player. Born in New York City, Fleck is one of the most prominent banjo players and has succeeded in crossing a number of genres, from jazz to bluegrass to rock. Fleck received his first banjo from his grandfather in 1973 when he was 15, and was enrolled in the High School of Music and Art in New York City where he studied the French horn.
In 1979, Fleck released his first solo album, Crossing the Tracks, which marked the beginning of Fleck’s flare for crossing genre lines as Crossing the Tracks was anything but a traditional bluegrass album. In 1981, Fleck formed Spectrum: the Band alongside guitarist and vocalist Glen Lawson, mandolin player Jimmy Gaudreau and close friend and bassist Mark Schatz. In that same year, Fleck joined the New Grass Revival. Fleck was a member of the New Grass Revival for nine years with Sam Bush. In 1988, Fleck released another solo album, Drive, which was nominated for a Grammy, Best Bluegrass Album.
In 1988, Fleck formed Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, a part-bluegrass, part-jazz fusion group along with bassist Victor Wooten, “drumitar” player Roy “Future Man” Wooten, Harmonica player Howard Levy, and saxophonist Jeff Coffin. The band has released fourteen albums, most recently 2011’s Rocket Science.
The band has won five Grammy awards, starting in 1997 when the group won Best Pop Instrumental Performance for “The Sinister Minister.” In 2001, the band won Best Contemporary Jazz Album for Outbound. In 2007, the group won Best Contemporary Jazz Album for The Hidden Land. In 2009, the band won Best Pop Instrumental Album for Jingle All the Way. Most recently, Fleck and Levy won for Best Instrumental Composition for Life in Eleven.
Fleck has won eight additional Grammy awards. Fleck won the award for Best Country Instrumental Performance twice, in 1995 for Hightower, and in 2000 for Leaving Cottondale. He has won Best Instrumental Composition once in 1998 for Almost 12. Fleck has also won the Best Classical Crossover Album, Best Contemporary World Music Album, and Best Pop Instrumental Performance. Fleck also holds the record for nominations in the most different categories, as well as most wins in different categories with Grammy awards in eight different categories.
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