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John McCutcheon

Saturday, April 30, 2011 - 7:30pm


John McCutcheon with Banjo


Blessed as a songwriter, historian, musician and storyteller, McCutcheon has won praise in Australia as “the most overwhelming folk performer in the English language” and from Johnny Cash as “the most impressive instrumentalist I’ve ever heard.” A master of the hammer dulcimer and 11 other instruments, John’s gift of melody and poetry join seamlessly in his 2009 release, Untold, recorded at the National Storytelling Festival. From the profound “Christmas in the Trenches” to the tender “Simple Man,” it is no wonder his 31 albums and acclaimed children’s books have received six Grammy nominations and multiple Parents’ Choice awards. Don’t miss America’s balladeer.

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John McCutcheon is a life-affirming marvel.


~ Napa Valley Register
star Tickets: $15 Adults, $12 Seniors/Military, $8 Children