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Venue Type Theater
Hours 24-7
Accessibility Accessible to persons with disabilities.

The Flying Monkey Performance Center

39 Main St., Plymouth, NH, 03264
(603) 536-2551

Created by MEProductions

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The Flying Monkey Performance Center
39 Main St.
Plymouth, NH 03264
(603) 536-2551
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John Mayall
John Mayall
Like most British blues fanatics in the early '60s, John Mayall took his cues primarily from the stars of Chicago's electric blues scene. Both with the Bluesbreakers and later on his own, Mayall played a large role in introducing white audiences to electric blues....
Rusted Root
Rusted Root
Formed by the Pittsburgh musician Michael Glabicki in 1988, Rusted Root swiftly evolved into a highly listenable source of eclectic percussion-based world music styles. After independently releasing its debut album in 1990 it signed with Mercury Records, beginning a schedule of intensive touring that would earn it a multitude of hardcore followers throughout the next decade....
Béla Fleck
Béla Fleck
New York City-born banjo virtuoso Bela Fleck is known as a pioneer for expanding the role of banjo beyond bluegrass and folk traditions. Something of a child prodigy, he began his solo career in 1979, and in '81 joined up with the New Grass Revival for a bit....
Abigail Washburn
Abigail Washburn
Clawhammer-style banjo player and singer who blends folk and bluegrass tradition with an impressively global worldview. ~ Rovi
Joan Osborne
Joan Osborne
In 1995, it was difficult to escape the jangly ballad "One of Us," with its insanely catchy chorus, quasi-mystical lyrics, and soulful delivery. The song made Joan Osborne a star, but hardly an overnight sensation, as the Kentucky-born singer had been honing her chops in New York bars for years, singing the kind of bluesy, folky pop that would make her major label debut, RELISH, so universally beloved....
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