Abe Guthrie, Gordon Titcomb, and The Mammals
Friday, November 25, 2005
It started on Thanksgiving Day, 1965, when Arlo Guthrie first began work on a song that would take more than a year to complete (and take more than 20 minutes to sing).
That song, Alice’s Restaurant, became an international hit that inspired an entire generation’s commitment to social activism, and was adapted into a major motion picture (starring Arlo).
Now, after retiring the song over a decade ago, this folk legend will perform it again—along with a variety of his other classic hits, like "The Motorcycle Song," "Coming into Los Angeles" and "Ring-Around-a-Rosy Rag."
For this 40th anniversary Alice’s Restaurant tour, Guthrie will be accompanied by his band, which includes special guests Abe Guthrie and Gordon Titcomb.
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