Bela Fleck


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Brother is documentary filmmaker Sascha Paladino, who directed him in both the feature documentary, Throw Down Your Heart (2008) and the short documentary, Obstinato: Making Music for Two (2004). Attended New York City's High School for Music and Art. His first band was named "Wicker's Creek". His grandfather bought him his first banjo in 1973. See full bio »

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Striptease Additional Crew
(1996)
Home Fries Soundtrack
(1998)
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(2002)
(1993)

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CD: "The Hidden Land" (CBS)

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Béla Fleck
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When I was learning the banjo in New York City, Pete Seeger was great example of a 'New York City banjo player'. He was a lot more than a banjo player, he was a spokesman for a certain part of our society at that time. He was also a guy who believed in everybody getting together and using music as a 'wedge'. The music was a meeting point for people to discover how much they agreed on things. He ... See more »

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Brother-in-law of Erin Torneo. See more »

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