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The Voice of the Black Community
Boo Hanks, John Dee Holeman, Ironing Board Sam and Williette Hinton
Four exceptional artists, each of whom has been supported by the Music Maker Relief Foundation, appear on this this exclusive quadruple bill at Duke Gardens. Boo Hanks is a guitarist with “a smooth Piedmont style, reminiscent of Blind Boy Fuller” (Indy Week); 86-year-old bluesman John Dee Holeman is a North Carolina Folk Heritage Award winner and National Heritage Fellow; Ironing Board Sam is an R&B singer and piano man who was, for many years, a New Orleans fixture and has, with the help of Music Maker, recently relocated to the Piedmont. These three musicians are joined by a fourth fine artist, “Carolina” Williette Hinton, “a buckdance master whose charisma is a match for his fancy footwork” (The Roanoke Star). Buy tickets at https://tickets.duke.edu.
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