ARTS Pick: Daniel Bachman

Plucky player Daniel Bachman plays the Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar on Friday, August 3. Plucky player Daniel Bachman plays the Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar on Friday, August 3.

The music of Daniel Bachman is known as American primitive guitar, but some may consider that a misnomer. The complex, plucked arrangements distinctive to the Fredericksburg native are anything but simple. Many of his songs stretch past the 10-minute mark, and some are entirely instrumental. With any other musician, leaving your voice out of your tracks would be a gamble, but Bachman is an engaging master of finger-picking—and he knows it.

Friday, August 3. $10, 8pm. Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar, 414 E. Main St., Downtown Mall. 293-9947.

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