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Group Sol & Kiel has world at their fingertips

“We take seriously the traditions of each instrument, particularly the beautiful qualities each one has,” says Mike Harrist of the world music group Sol & Kiel. The group -- from left, Tobey LaRoches, Harrist and Jesse Hanson -- plays at The Moon & River Cafe on Friday.
“We take seriously the traditions of each instrument, particularly the beautiful qualities each one has,” says Mike Harrist of the world music group Sol & Kiel. The group -- from left, Tobey LaRoches, Harrist and Jesse Hanson -- plays at The Moon & River Cafe on Friday.
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Tobey LaRoche, 26, was still a young boy when father Ken LaRoche’s seminal world music group Do’ah split in 1991. Even still, he has strong memories of seeing the group perform. “I have very distinct memories of being a very small child and throwing myself underneath the Do’ah stage,” Tobey LaRoche said recently while en route to Chapel Hill, N.C., with his own world music group, Sol & Kiel, which will perform at the Moon ...


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