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June 28 @ 7:30pm
One of the great American musical treasures, Ramblin'
Jack Elliott
has led a rich and storied life.  As a budding
musician, Jack developed his voice under the tutelage of
Woody Guthrie, truck hitching across the country off and
on for a couple of years with Woody, carrying “only
razors and guitars.” The pair eventually landed in the
McCarthy-free enclave of Topanga Canyon CA in the
1950s, where Elliott played for
James Dean and later
married Dean’s former flame.
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Ramblin' Jack Elliott


On the other coast, Elliott was also a fixture of the Greenwich Village scene, and once spent “three
days and a lot of wine” listening to
Jack Kerouac read On the Road. But it is his relationship with a
young
Bob Dylan that Elliott is perhaps most famous for, though back in the 1960s the up-and-
coming Dylan was often mistakenly dubbed the “son of Jack Elliott.”

Today Elliott simply states “Dylan learned from me the same way I learned from Woody.”
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June 15 @ 7:30pm
TICKET INFORMATION:
NOTES:  Next orders filled in row indicated (approximate -- +/- 1 row)        
............All tickets are Will Call (pick up at theater on night of concert)
*
NO REFUNDS *
Rows 7-17:
*** Reserved Seating - $30 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Your ticket order will be filled in Row 11 (+/- 1 row)
ROWS 1-6

ROWS 7-17
ROWS 1-6

ROWS 7-17
Rows 1-6:
*** Premium Seating - $40 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
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tanned hopes and film-noir disappointments -- Randy Newman, Tom Waits, Brian Wilson and Stan
Ridgway.

Alvin sings of life on the margins and between the cracks, of farm workersand illegal immigrants, of meth
heads and lost souls and places like Bellflower, Fontana, the High Sierra and the 605 Freeway.
Dave Alvin’s music is a braid of different American musics -- blues,
country, rock’n’roll, pop, folk and R&B -- and in each strand, he
favors the California accent.  Dave’s favorite country music is the
Bakersfield Sound of Buck Owens and Merle Haggard.  His favorite
R&B is the South Central L.A. scene of Jesse Belvin, Johnny
“Guitar” Watson, Richard Berry and the Calvanes.

His favorite folk songwriters are the California heirs of Woody
Guthrie’s years there -- Kate Wolf, Jim Ringer, Mary McCaslin,
Rosalie Sorrels and Tom Russell.   His favorite pop-rock
songwriters are the chroniclers of California’s collision of sun-
*** Christy McWilson opens ***