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GRAMMY winner and Banjo Hall of Fame member Alison Brown is one of the world's foremost banjoists and composers as well as one of the instrument's greatest ambassadors. In her hands, the banjo is equally at home on the front porch or at symphony hall. Brown has built a career taking the banjo far beyond it's Appalachia roots, blending bluegrass and jazz influences into a unique sonic tapestry that has earned her praise from a variety of national tastemakers including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, CBS Sunday Morning, NPR, and USA Today. She is a frequent collaborator with Steve Martin and Indigo Girls as well as the bandleader of the Alison Brown Quintet which is on a self-declared mission to bring the banjo to mainstream audiences. On her newest release, ON BANJO, Brown explores all the corners of the instrument's potential on a set of predominantly original tunes. Joining Brown are Anat Cohen, Stuart Duncan, Sierra Hull, Sharon Isbin, Kronos Quartet and Steve Martin.