McCutcheon to perform April 10 in NYM
John McCutcheon, six-time Grammy nominee from Virginia, returns to New York Mills Cultural Center at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 10. McCutcheon last gave a concert at the Cultural Center in 2007. McCutcheon plays the hammered dulcimer, guitar, fiddle, banjo and percussion in addition to singing his songs.
His songs sing of the nation's heritage. His words channel the conscience of our people into streams of poetry and melody. He writes about subjects small and great, from a child's haircut to freedom and human dignity -- issues equally eternal and enduring. Think of McCutcheon as an incarnation of Pete Seeger and Mr. Rogers, Will Rogers and Bruce Springsteen, and above all an everyman, righteously passionate and impishly playful, blessed with gifts as a songwriter, historian, musician and storyteller.
For ticket information, call (218) 385-3339.