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Matt Watroba - - CULTURAL ARTS CONCERT SERIES 2016|2017

2016 Farmington Area Artist in Residence, Matt Watroba, is a folk singer, a song leader, a storyteller and an award-winning performer. Many know him as the voice of folk music in Michigan because of his work on the Folks Like Us program on Detroit Public Radio. In 2000, he was named “Best Overall Folk Performer” at the Detroit Music Awards. He has shared the stage with famous performers including Arlo Guthrie and Pete Seeger and has a passion for bringing people together through music. His concerts are engaging, often interactive, and always entertaining!

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