Friday, September 28, 2007

I'm not the only one who thought Global Woody sounded like a porno title

So did Tao Rodgriguez Seeger, who wowed the sold-out Green Street Arts Center Auditorium with songs written by his grandfather Pete, songs written by the man of the hour, and Spanish language songs old and new.

Bill, Steve and I walked down to the Arts Center and joined the enthusiastic crowd who thoroughly enjoyed the presentation by Jorge Arévalo Mateus on Woody Guthrie's international influence, with a thought-provoking intro by Wesleyan professor Rob Rosenthal..

It was great to see such an engaged audience pack the venue on a Friday night for the music of America's best-known troubadour.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Glad you enjoyed the show!

--Lex (@ Green Street)