Ramblin' Jack Elliott 2013
A True Legend With Special Guests!
A true legend, Ramblin' Jack Elliott was the last musical partner of Woody Guthrie, the mentor and model for young Bob Dylan, and sonic grandfather of just about every scruffy-voiced folksinger in the Western world. Two artists who he’s influenced: Dan Bern (Anchorage show only) and Doug Geeting, will also perform their own sets in these unique musical evenings.
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Runs approximately 120 minutes including intermission.
BABIES - All ages must have a ticket to enter.
CHILDREN - Recommended for ages 9 and older.
Whistling Swan Productions strives to provide a listening environment where patrons and artists can focus on the music without distraction. Because of the quiet acoustic nature of most of our shows, all children in attendance should be able to sit without supervision in a way that does not distract or disturb other listeners for sets that normally last at least an hour, and may stretch to two full hours. In our four decades of producing shows, attending shows with our own children, and supervising students as educators, we have found that children under the age of nine (9) seldom have the interest and focus to sit through acoustic shows of this length without causing stress on parents, musicians, and other listeners. Therefore, while there are rare exceptions, we strongly advise parents to not bring children under the age of nine to Whistling Swan shows unless they are specifically labeled as for children or families.
DAY OF SHOW: CenterTix sales end at 3:00 pm. Will call and any available tickets will be at the door one (1) hour prior to curtain.
This event is part of Whistling Swan Productions's season package. Order your own subscription here or call CenterTix at 263-ARTS (2787).
642 South Alaska Street - Palmer
Williamson Auditorium - UAA
University of Alaska, Anchorage Campus
3211 Providence Drive - Anchorage
Purchase any ticket to ensure admission. Customers requiring additional accommodations are encouraged to contact the event presenter or the venue directly in order to communicate your needs.