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Kansas City folk harpist Calvin Arsenia is embarking on a two-month U.S. and European tour with his electric harp, playing select West Coast dates with Quixotic. Arsenia describes his instrument of choice to express his music. Photographed at Green Lady Lounge. David Eulitt and Timothy Finn The Kansas City Star
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    The opening of the Truman is causing some concern among promoters and venue owners about whether KC can support so many concert spots, yet everyone says 2017 has been a really good year for the music market.