Baaba Seth reunites this weekend

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If you were around the Charlottesville music scene in the ’90s, you’re definitely familiar with Baaba Seth. The world jam outfit was one of the region’s most popular bands throughout the decade—mixing a potent ensemble concoction of funk, jazz, rock, African rhythms, and Latin grooves. The high-energy sound was put to good use during the band’s extended marathon dance-friendly shows. Although the band broke up 10 years ago, and its members are now spread around the country, the group still occasionally reunites. They’re playing a high-profile gig at the recently refurbished Jefferson Theatre in Charlottesville on Saturday night. Get more info here.

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