Abigail Washburn: "City of Refuge"
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Oct 22, 2014
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: Abigail Washburn: "City of Refuge"

Simply put, Abigail Washburn is one of the most groundbreaking banjo players alive today. She has transformed how we hear clawhammer banjo with projects such as the old-time group Uncle Earl, the world music-inspired Sparrow Quartet and her 2011 solo album, City of Refuge.

During a 2013 tour stop at Seattle's Town Hall, we caught up with Washburn and filmed this intimate solo version of City of Refuge's title track.

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