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lockwise from top center: Guitarist Corey Harris adds his own style to traditional
blues arrangements on Sunday afternoon, the final day of the festival.: Blues great
Luther Allison takes a spin with the crowd to close out his set. Headliner Taj Mahal
opens the festival with a lively performance Friday night at the Michigan Theater. Maceo
Parker's daughter steals a moment from her father Sunday night. Luther Allison's guitar
becomes a blur during one of many riveting moments of his performance. Ann Arbor blues
fans crowd the stage to get a closer look at the masterful Harris at work.:. Legendary saxo-
phone player Maceo Parker, who formerly played with James Brown, closes the festival with a
powerful performance that brought the crowd to its feet.
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