There are concerts and concerts and then there is Dom Flemons in the Blues and Ritmes.One of those performances that you know from the first chord, not only that you are watching something great, but it will be one of the concerts of the year. Musician and promoter, few artists have plunged as much in the search of the American roots as Flemons, first with Carolina Chocolate Drops and now alone. His divulging work goes hand in hand with his work as a musician. To open the mouth, the luxury poster included the Canadian Kaia Kater as opening. Although still young and lacking the tables that Flemons offers on stage, Kater was capable of the greatest sweetness and the same fierceness when interpreting his subjects to the banjo, an instrument that dominates to perfection. They sounded among other songs like “Lulu Girl” or “Southern Girl”, the instrumental “Waiting For Nancy” , “Little Birdie” or “Saint Elizabeth” . A short but promising set. You have to keep track of him. Read more here.