Organized by unfretted veteran Michael “Atonal” Vick, the shows presented renowned players such as New York City’s Elliott Sharp and Seattle’s Tom Baker, along with a gaggle of lesser-known unfettered fretters. The event also served as the CD release party for the double-CD compilation Village of the Unfretted [Unfretted], which features artists from 16 countries. Both a CD and a DVD documenting the event are planned.
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