Béla Fleck's Banjo Summit: Six Popular Players Pickin'
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James Bond is downright wimpy in comparison to Noor Inayat Khan. As a young Muslim woman living in Paris during World War II, the real-life Khan was one of Britain's top secret agents, functioning as a covert radio operator right under the noses of the Nazis in occupied France. Now her thrilling and courageous tale is told in Enemy of the Reich: The Noor Inayat Khan Story, a docu-drama from Rob Gardner, the Oscar-nominated director and producer. Enemy of the Reich explains how Khan overcame her quiet nature to join Winston Churchill's secret plan to give the overwhelmed Allies a chance at victory. Seemingly ripped from the pages of comic books and pulp novels, her incredible exploits are some of the most amazing -- and important -- stories of World War II, now told in this brand new film. Learn More
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Béla Fleck began making waves with a series of progressive banjo-centric recordings in the 1970’s and as a member of the Newgrass Revival in the 1980’s. As leader of the genre-busting Béla Fleck and the Flecktones since 1989, he has used the banjo to define the band’s one of a kind fusion of jazz, rock, bluegrass and world music.
Tony Trischka is a bluegrass banjo master and was a teacher to the young Béla Fleck. Bill Keith was a member of both Bill Monroe’s Bluegrass Boys and the Jim Kewskin Jug Band, while Eric Weissberg was one-half of the signature Dueling Banjos instrumental on the Deliverance soundtrack. Richie Stearns plays with jam and trend-setting bands, and Noam Pikelny is part of The Punch Brothers.