Arlo Guthrie Continues His Family’s Legacy With His Re:Generation Tour

Anyone familiar with the roots of American folk music, would instantly recognize the opening lyrics to “This Land Is Your Land” (1944) by Woody Guthrie – the father of folk music and singer, writer, traveling troubadour, political protester, people’s poet and philosopher for the forgotten, down trodden and marginal America of the 1930s and 40s. The same familiarity surrounds another song ballad that in the 1960s became the most popular anti-war anthem to be penned by any contemporary songwriter of the politically and socially turbulent “sixties”. Woody Guthrie’s son, Arlo,  read more…