Fri, April 24, 2020 @ 8:00 pm
Alice’s Restaurant Returns
Born with a guitar in one hand and a harmonica in the other, Arlo Guthrie’s timeless stories and songs carry on the legacy of his father, songwriter Woody Guthrie. Arlo was performing in public by age 13 and was soon involved in crafting the music that shaped the 1960s. His groundbreaking hit “Alice’s Restaurant” helped foster the social consciousness and activism of that era and remains relevant today.
A multi-instrumentalist with diverse talents, Guthrie plays the piano, six- and twelve-string guitars, harmonica, and a dozen other instruments. With his natural gifts as a storyteller, songs, stories, and laughter are woven into his intimate live performances. Back by popular demand and joined by his daughter Sarah Lee Guthrie, Arlo’s unmistakable guitar, rich voice, and warm personable stage presence continue to endear him to generations of fans.
“A magical cornucopia of well-crafted songs, homespun humor, and stories of the past.” — Modern Guitars
“His rich voice and deft guitar-play cast a spell on the audience.” —Berkshire Links