The Folk Alliance International Conference won’t stay in Kansas City permanently, but its staff will. Here Jess Klein performs on Feb. 17.
The Folk Alliance International Conference won’t stay in Kansas City permanently, but its staff will. Here Jess Klein performs on Feb. 17. Christopher Smith Special to The Star
The Folk Alliance International Conference won’t stay in Kansas City permanently, but its staff will. Here Jess Klein performs on Feb. 17. Christopher Smith Special to The Star

Editorial: Presence of Folk Alliance in KC will continue long after annual conference moves

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