Arlo Guthrie Reviews
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Augusta Carr Scarbrough from Ashland City, TN USA
WILL NEVER BE A NOBODY
I remember in 1968 a friend and I were discussing Arlo Guthrie when a friend came up and asked who he was. I responded he was a folk singer and the son of Woody Guthrie. She had no idea and we were just dumb struck. I've enjoyed Arlo's music all these years but in my mine he will always be an icon of what is great about this country. I'm so looking forward to seeing Arlo when he comes to Nashville in September.
Thomas from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
AMAZING ARLO SHOW WITH ALICE THROWN IN
Arlo and his band were pretty amazing! He said that he was going to change his setlist a little bit and that provided a pretty big treat in the form of Alice's Restaurant as the lead in after the break!! I think he played the other songs, some in a different order. Arlo sounded great, like a young Bob Dylan on the Bob Dylan songs and like Arlo, on the others. There was a very nice vibe all around, lots of old hippies. It was an incredible evening as he sang to an intimate crowd.
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