Arlo Guthrie, in Performance


Guests:

Arlo Guthrie
* Folk Singer/Songwriter

Jeff Place
*Director, Folklife Archives, Smithsonian Institution
*Awarded 2 Gammy Awards in 1997 for Anthology of Folk Music

John Nardolillo
*Conductor, The Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra
*Collaborating with Arlo Guthrie on the symphony project

Arlo Guthrie, the iconoclastic folk singer and songwriter penned his signature song Alice's Restaurant over 30 years ago. The rambling song tells the tale of a garbage dump and the Vietnam War, among other things. During the past three decades, Arlo Guthrie has continued writing and recording folk music, and now is performing with a symphony orchestra. Join Neal Conan for a live performance chat with Arlo Guthrie.

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