Not one, but four master fiddlers

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What: Throw a stone in any direction and you’ll hit traditional Appalachian music. Western North Carolina has more than its share of musicians, but it’s rare to see four legendary fiddlers in one place, on one screen. The premier of Four Master Fiddlers, a documentary about Paul Crouch, Arvil Freeman, Bobby Hicks and Roger Howell, will be hosted by the Madison County Arts Council. Local resident and well-known actor Tony Torn directed the film and the community is coming together to celebrate its release. While you’re there, check out Marshall’s quaint downtown and come early for a sandwich at Zuma Coffee.

When: Two screenings will be held on Friday, Jan. 6, at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m.

Where: Madison County Arts Center, 90 S. Main St., Marshall

Price: Free

Contact: www.madisoncountyarts.com or call 649-1301

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