John McEuen with Matt Cartsonis / Drew Jacobs

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band founder John McEuen plays The Linda in 2022!

John McEuen brings with him 45+ years of worldwide performing with
his banjo, fiddle, guitar, and mandolin. Often referred to as ‘the String
Wizard’, he weaves stories of his travels and family life (he has raised
7 kids), taking us through where his musical path has taken him.
A founding member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band in 1966, John
instigated the 1972 classic Will the Circle Be Unbroken album,
(inducted in to the Library of Congress as ‘one of America’s most
important recordings). He has earned Emmy nominations, Grammy
Awards, CMA acclaim, The Western Heritage Award, and many other
accolades can be found on his website: www.johnmceuen.com.
Proud to be an integral part of the first American band to go to Russia
(in 1977!), John’s love of performing is evident when during his shows
he takes us ‘behind the curtain’ of the music world that so many of us
know of only as listeners, and shows us how we have all been a part
of it, more than we may know.
McEuen’s XM radio show, Acoustic Traveller, is in its 6th year, and you
can find his new Americana Music Show on Syndicatednews.net (of
which he is CEO)
As winner of the 2010 Best of the West Performer award from the Folk
Alliance organization, John’s show is sure to be one enjoyed by all. He
also won Best Bluegrass Album Grammy that year for his production
of The Crow – Steve Martin). John in June of 2013 was honored with
the Charlie Poole Lifetime Achievement Award in North Carolina.
With music from 1860’s to now, original songs laced with known hits,
and a special tribute to the ‘Circle’ album music (and the stories
behind it), it all comes to life in an evening of acoustic music in
overdrive

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Date

Feb 27 2022
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Time

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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Location

The Linda WAMC's Performing Arts Studio, 339 Central Ave, Albany, NY 12206, USA
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