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You can catch Arlo Guthrie at Isaac Stern Auditorium in New York, showing Nov 24, 2018

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Arlo Guthrie is also touring to:

New York

Fri 25th Jan 2019

$105

Alexandria

Fri 8th Feb 2019

$105

Hartford

Fri 16th Nov 2018

$190

Atlanta

Sat 26th Jan 2019

$80

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291 North Keswick Ave, Glenside, PA 19038

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Arlo Guthrie

Closed October 7, 2018

Arlo Guthrie is more a genuine storyteller with a guitar than a singer with a few anecdotes to peddled out as patter. An elaborate yarn introduced each song, and so elaborate were these stories that you began to feel like one of the family.

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Why See Arlo Guthrie?

MUSIC'S MOST SUCCESSFUL NOBODY

Over the last four decades Arlo Guthrie has toured throughout North America, Europe, Asia and Australia and won a broad and dedicated following. In addition to being an accomplished musician - playing the piano, six and twelve-string guitar, harmonica and a dozen other instruments - Arlo is a natural-born storyteller whose hilarious tales and anecdotes are woven seamlessly into his performances.

Arlo Guthrie is often jokingly referred to as being a 'three-hit wonder' thanks to three of his songs which each earned fame for slightly different reasons and at different times in his career. His most famous single though is undoubtedly the anti-War "Alice's Restaurant Massacree" - an 18-minute long songs that beautifully blends lazy blues and spoken word, it's an 18-minute musical monologue in which he details how he was made ineligible for the Vietnam draft on Thanksgiving 1965 by being prosecuted for littering, after hurling a bag of restaurant trash off a cliff.


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Performance date: 7 October 2018

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3 reviews, average rating: (4.7 Stars)

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Augusta Carr Scarbrough: “Will never be a nobody”

I remember in 1968 a friend and I were discussing Arlo Guthrie when a friend... more

Christine Woiwor: “Arlo Guthrie - May 5th, 2018”

What a fantastic, enjoyable show put on by Arlo Guthrie, 2 of his children... more

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