After selling out their inaugural show as The Three Davids last year, Davids Holt, Wilcox and LaMotte will again bring their internationally enjoyed musical talents beneath one spotlight. “I’m kind of pinching myself that we have formed this trio,” LaMotte says. “I’ve done plenty of in-the-round shows with other songwriters, but I’ve never before entered into this kind of collaboration where we are all learning each other’s songs so that we can play together all night as a band — rather than just taking turns.” Between traditional songs and mountain-inspired originals, the artists will share uplifting stories as well as the spontaneous interactions you’d expect from three pals. Their performance is at the Diana Wortham Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 20, at 8 p.m. $35 ($25 students/children). dwtheatre.com. Photo by Lynne Harty
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