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Joe Pug has collected plenty of the requisite Dylan comparisons over his career, but in his new music it's easier to hear the sway of contemporary influences from the likes of The Milk Carton Kids' Kenneth Pattengale, who produced Joe's new album. "The Flood In Color” has been nearly four years in the making. But the album started with the goal of focusing on the simplicity of musicians playing together, live, in the same room. Recently relocating back to his childhood home in Prince George's County, Maryland, after many years spent in Chicago and Austin, Joe wanted take a new approach. The partnership with Pattengale proved to be an irresistible opportunity to do just that. Come and check out this new direction from an Ark favorite! Joe has been posting weekly Sunday Songs livestreams during the pandemic, so he has lots of new material. If you haven't been keeping up with Joe Pug since the last time we had him at the Folk Festival, now is a great time to reconnect.