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8B - The Michigan Daily Weeker Magazine - Thursday, February 5, 1998
The Changing Face of Stor
Portraits from the Ann Arbor Folk Festiv

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Clockwise from
upper left: Doc
Watson, Paula
Cole, Dee
Carstensen, Guy
Clark, and
Katrina Nields

For the past 21 years, the University has sponsored the Ann Arbor
year's festival served as a fundraiser for The Ark, a renowned nonp
space where students and locals gather to hear acoustic music. Th
took place this past Saturday at Hill Auditorium and was led by th
monies, vocalist Cheryl Wheeler, featured eight fast-paced perforr
lineup included the likes of folk legends Doc Watson and David 4
val broadened the definition of folk music by including headliner
performers included Dee Carstensen, Guy Clark, The Nields, Karr
Porter and Chris Smither.
*Photostory

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