Arlo Guthrie's Final Thanksgiving At Carnegie Hall
Much like marshmallows and sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and turkey and the post meal couch-crash, folk singer songwriter Arlo Guthrie's annual Thanksgiving at Carnegie Hall show has become a time-honored tradition in its own right. The story-telling troubadour performs his last ever Thanksgiving concert at the historic venue, celebrating the auspicious event with renditions of his own father, Woody Guthrie's works and selections from his own 60s to present day-spanning catalogue.
With music flowing in his veins, Guthrie did not flounder in his father's considerable shadow, but instead carried his torch and continued his legacy by becoming a singer and political activist himself. Don't miss sparkling anecdotes, insightful tales and soaring renditions of career-defining hits like Alice's Restaurant, City of New Orleans and Massachusetts.