He stopped twice – once for a 20 minute intermission, another time to tune his big old 12-string guitar.
It’s 1965. You’re the son of the famous balladeer Woody Guthrie and you want to travel far, far away from your home in New York. So you choose a small liberal arts college in Montana — Rocky Mountain College.
The Alberta Bair Theater recently announced its 2013-14 season, which will include individual performances by three music legends, Kris Kristofferson on Oct. 3, Doc Severinsen on April 3 and Arlo Guthrie on May 4, in addition to touring productions of “Hello Dolly!” on Feb. 5 and “Hair” on April 5.
An academic career that includes appearances by Samuel Eliot Morison and Arlo Guthrie has to be interesting.
PRYOR — Charlie Maguire, who played guitar for a decade on “A Prairie Home Companion,” was trying to encourage the Pryor Elementary first- and second-graders to open up.