Celebrating the roots of American Folk Music, local singer songwriters perform their favorite Woody Guthrie tunes. Come to listen, come to sing!
WOODY GUTHRIE was born on July 14th, 1912 in Okemah, Oklahoma. Over the decades, his songs have run around the world like a fast train on a well-oiled track. They’ve become the folk song standards of the nation, known and performed in many languages throughout the world. He wrote over 3,000 songs in his lifetime. Pastures of Plenty, Pretty Boy Floyd, Tom Joad, So Long It’s Been Good To Know Yuh, I Ain’t Got No Home, Hard Travelin’, Deportee, Oklahoma Hills, This Train Is Bound For Glory, Union Maid, Jesus Christ, Do Re Mi, Roll On Columbia, Vigilante Man, The Great Dust Storm, Dust Bowl Refugee and This Land Is Your Land are among the hundreds by Woody that have become staples in the canon of American music.