LaFleur: Solo acoustic roots music at Windsor Art Center

By Joan Hunt - ReminderNews Managing Editor
Windsor - posted Fri., Oct. 7, 2011
Folk, blues and bluegrass guitarist David LaFleur performs Oct. 20 at the Windsor Art Center. Courtesy photo. - Contributed Photo

The intimate seating at Windsor Art Center is a perfect venue for guitarist David LaFleur, who will perform there on Thursday, Oct. 20, at 6:30 p.m. It is a place where the audience can get personal with the music and also have a chance to speak with the artist after the concert.

LaFleur comes from the Blue Ridge Mountains of West Virginia, and he has been performing a unique mixture of folk, blues and bluegrass music for more than 21 years. A former nuclear engineer, he learned his craft from acts like Danny Gatton, Nils Lofgren and the Johnson Mountain Boys; and he’s opened for stars like Emmy Lou Harris, Tom Rush and the Seldom Scene. His original music has been featured on television, as well as on National Public Radio.

LaFleur will perform on the guitar, dobro, mandolin and dulcimer. There is a suggested donation of $10 at the door.

The Windsor Art Center is located at 40 Mechanic St., off Rte. 150 in downtown Windsor, behind CVS.

For more information, call 860-688-2528 or visit

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