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October 1, 2021
The group deserves credit for helping to launch the folk boom that brought recognition to older folkies and radicals like Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger, and for paving the way for newcomers like Joan Baez, Bob Dylan and Phil Ochs!
Legendary folk band, The Kingston Trio are hitting the road once more, and they're bringing their timeless music with them! Josh Reynolds, son of Nick Reynolds, alongside Tim Gorelangton and Mike Marvin will be performing the trios most-loved songs.
One of the front-runners of the 1960s folk revival, The Kingston Trio, are still at it after a career spanning six decades. The group formed in the 1950s and first came to fame with their 1958 hit single, 'Tom Dooley', which sold over three million copies. They were even amongst the first artists to ever receive a Grammy award at the prestigious event's inaugural ceremony in 1959. These days you'll find that the line-up may vary but the ethos of instrument-driven folk remains the same whether on tour or in the studio.
Performance date: 1 October 2021
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