Win FREE Tickets to Michael Eck’s Woody Guthrie Tribute Concert at The Linda on Friday

Michael Eck
Michael Eck

Photograph by Tom Lindsay

Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and roots music scholar Michael Eck pays to to the great Woody Guthrie with a concert celebrating the 75th anniversary of the people’s national anthem, “This Land Is Your Land.”

The “This Land Is Your Land at 75” tribute concert takes place at at 8pm on Friday (February 20) at The Linda in Albany, where Eck curates the American Roots concert series. Eck – a member of such roots bands as Ramblin Jug Stompers, Lost Radio Rounders, Frank Jaklitsch & Friends and the Berkshire Ramblers, as well as the punk band the Plague – will play a solo show featuring Woody Guthrie favorites with an emphasis on material from Guthrie’s New York City days.

Tickets are available online and at the door for $12.

BUT WAIT… We’re giving away two pairs of FREE TICKETS to the show. To enter, just post a comment below. Please leave your email address, too. We won’t publish it, but we’ll use it to contact you if you win. The deadline to enter is 12noon on Friday (February 20), and the winner will be selected at random and notified on Friday afternoon. Don’t delay, enter today! And good luck! Congratulations to the winners, who have been notified by email.

7 Comments
  1. mike says

    Please pick me -my birthday is Sunday and this would be a great gift.

  2. Paul says

    Woody and Mike, sounds like a great way to spend a cold February Friday night

  3. margo singer says

    Its a perfect trifecta – Mike, Woody and the Linda!

  4. James Frederick says

    I’m looking forward to attending (whether I win tickets or not). But winning would be awesome!

  5. maxwell says

    Three of a perfect pear, the shape of all things must pass, to come is a verb…

  6. Michael Gorman says

    I loved Woody’s autobiography “Bound for Glory”

  7. Casey Jean Chapman says

    Can’t wait to see Mr Eck and hear the tunes of Mr Guyhrie at this fine event, which will be my first ever event at the Linda.

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