Béla Fleck, who is performing at the Woodruff Arts Center Aug. 27, has earned 15 Grammys in nine different fields including country, pop, jazz, instrumental, classical and world music. But his roots are in bluegrass and he—and his banjo—return to Atlanta with his first bluegrass tour in 24 years, My Bluegrass Heart.

My Bluegrass Heart is the third of a trilogy that began in 1988 with Drive, and continued in 1992 with the Bluegrass Sessions. Fleck’s band will spotlight a multi-generational gamut of the best of bluegrass players, all sporting a myriad of Grammy Awards and nominations, as well as gigantic piles of IBMA awards for their instruments: fiddler Billy Contreras, mandolinist Jacob Jolliff, multi-instrumentalist Justin Moses, bassist/multi-instrumentalist Mark Schatz, and guitarist Bryan Sutton.