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Back To Basics: 64th ANNUAL FLORIDA FOLK FESTIVAL

“Folk music is not so much a body of art as it is a process, an attitude and a way of life; its distinguishing features lie not within the songs themselves, but in the relations of those songs to a folk culture.” – Sam Hinton In his storied career as a folk artist and naturalist, Sam Hinton innately understood the intimate connection between the music he played and its relationship to the culture it served. History is transferred through the storytelling element that is an integral link to folk music. As a student and teacher of natural history, Hinton contributed …

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Arlo Guthrie’s “Alice’s Restaurant” 50th Anniversary at Florida Theatre

You Can Recall Everything You Forgot at “Alice’s Restaurant” Litterbugs, protesters and folk fans, unite! Arlo Guthrie has launched his ambitious 18-month North American tour to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of “Alice’s Restaurant Massacre.” The most prominent song that has long served as a Thanksgiving tradition will be performed in its entirety at each stop on the tour. The 50th anniversary tour rolls into Jacksonville on January 29 for a special performance at the . Guthrie is commemorating the 1965 events that inspired his famous storytelling song, ‘.’ He will also present material from throughout his career during the jaunt. …

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october, 2021

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