Arlo Guthrie Greatest Hits (Full Album)

You can’t have a light without a dark to stick it in.”
~ Arlo Guthrie

Tour of 1978 in Atlanta, GA with Shenandoah.

Song by: Steve Goodman

“At the same time the folk boom was happening, the civil rights movement was happening, the anti-war movement was happening, the ban the bomb movement was happening, the environmental movement was happening. There was suddenly a generation ready to change the course of history.”
~ Arlo Guthrie

Arlo Guthrie: When A Soldier Makes It Home (live)

I don’t want a pickle, just want to ride on my motorsickle.”
~ Arlo Guthrie

Tear the fascists down – Woody Guthrie

“Folk music is music that everyday people can play, and it inspired a lot of people to make their own music. That trailed into making your own pop music, and that’s why garage bands started springing up everywhere.”
~Arlo Guthrie

John, Arlo, Kris And Others Discuss Steve Goodman

“I think of my parents as a single unit, and it’s interesting because they shared so much, and they were totally opposite. My mother, a Martha Graham dancer, had a classical background; my father had a back-porch background.”
~ Arlo Guthrie

Arlo Guthrie, Steve Goodman and Hoyt Axton on “Soundstage

Yes, I was born in Coney Island. The Holy Land.”
~ Arlo Guthrie

The Arlo Guthrie Show

“Probably my two biggest musical influences were the Everly Brothers and the Beatles, in chronological order. Both of them have had a very simple-sounding musical style that’s actually quite complex as far as popular songs are concerned.”
~ Arlo Guthrie

Arlo Davy Guthrie is a retired American folk singer-songwriter. He is known for singing songs of protest against social injustice, and storytelling while performing songs, following the tradition of his father, Woody Guthrie.

Born: July 10, 1947 (age 75), Coney Island, New York, NY

Awards: Grammy Hall of Fame

Children: Sarah Lee Guthrie, Abe Guthrie, Cathy Guthrie, Annie Guthrie

Education: Westfield State University, Rocky Mountain College, Stockbridge School

Movies: Alice’s Restaurant, Woodstock: The Director’s Cut, MORE

Arlo Guthrie interview on Woody and Bob Dylan Later 7/15/91 Alice’s Restaurant

ARLO GUTHRIE is interviewed by Linda Ellerbee on LATER WITH BOB COSTAS in an episode that aired July 15th, 1991. Topics addressed include what it was like growing up the son of WOODY GUTHRIE (great story about going to school and hearing THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND and thinking it had been just a household song his Dad made up), Bob Dylan visiting his home and father, the positive and negative impact that the song (and film) ALICE’S RESTAURANT upon his life. Arlo also recounts his unconventional Bar Mitzvah which more resembled a Woody Guthrie Hootenany.

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