John McCutcheon, the internationally acclaimed folk musician–and Peace Center champion–will be back in Richmond on Friday, April 21, 2017.
This year he’ll perform at the popular west-end folk/blues venue Tin Pan, 8982 Quioccasin Road, near Regency Mall. Tin Pan provides a more celebratory setting for John’s performance, as they offer food and adult beverages. They are generously donating profits from ticket sales to the Peace Center.
John McCutcheon has supported the Peace Center with his music for many years. For those who don’t know him, McCutcheon is a wonderful storyteller and master of many instruments, including guitar, banjo, piano, and hammered dulcimer.
McCutcheon is a multiple Grammy nominee known for his amazing live performances. His most recent CD, Trolling for Dreams, has just been released. He has recorded almost 40 albums including 22 Days (2013) This Land: Woody Guthrie’s America (2011), Passage (2010), and Untold (2009). He is also the author of numerous children’s books and essays. For an overview of McCutcheon’s work, visit his website www.folkmusic.com.
Tickets are now available for sale at the Tin Pan website.
We recommend that you order your tickets early…seating is limited. McCutcheon’s performance begins at 8 p.m. Reserve your seats for dinner (check out the menu here www.tinpanrva.com/menu) to guarantee priority seating.
Thanks to The Tin Pan for hosting John McCutcheon’s visit to Richmond, and for their generous support of the Peace Center!
“John McCutcheon is not only one of the best musicians in the USA, but also a great singer, songwriter, and song leader. And not just incidentally, he is committed to helping hard-working people everywhere to organize and push this world in a better direction.” —Pete Seeger