David Arkenstone Tour in Austin Texas

Award-winning multi-instrumentalist David Arkenstone will perform in Austin, Texas in March 31 & April 1. He’ll be playing a compilation of many tunes from a lot of his album.

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Check more info about his performance:
Date: March 31& April 1
Venue: Sherwood Forest Faire
Ticket information: Check Ticket

His music has Celtic inspired jazzy world beat New Age fusion, he continues to create distinctive tracks that set him apart from other composers.
David has captivated audiences since he broke onto the music scene in 1987 with his debut album, Valley In The Clouds, described by one reviewer as “one of the most exquisite electronic new age recordings ever produced.”

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