Arlo Guthrie Ann Arbor MI Tickets, Michigan Theater - Ann Arbor, Nov 3, 2018, Concert
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Arlo Guthrie Ann Arbor Concert Tickets in Nov 3, 2018 at Michigan Theater - Ann Arbor in 07:30 PM available for sale as part of the announced Arlo Guthrie North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Arlo Guthrie Tour Page.


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Michigan Theater - Ann Arbor
603 East Liberty
48109
Ann Arbor, MI, US

Biography

Arlo Davy Guthrie (born July 10, 1947) is an American folk singer-songwriter. Like his father, Woody Guthrie, he is known for singing songs of protest against social injustice, and storytelling around a song. Guthrie's best-known work is his debut piece, "Alice's Restaurant Massacreeu201d, a satirical talking blues song about 18 minutes in length that has since become a Thanksgiving anthem. More...

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13 Responses to “Arlo Guthrie Ann Arbor MI Tickets, Michigan Theater – Ann Arbor, Nov 3, 2018, Concert”

  1. Leora Stitz

    This was one of the best concerts my wife and I have seen. We didn’t want it to end.

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  2. Stacey Savasta

    Sara Jane & brother also great musicians. Sara Jane’s voice haunting. Good crowd that obviously enjoyed the show and begged for more.

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  3. Rufus Ash

    My son and I attended The Arlo Guthrie RE:Generation tour at the Birchmere on February 18th. What an amazing night. One of the most enjoyable concerts I’ve ever attended. Arlo was joined by his son. Abe, who sang backup and played keyboard…and by his daughter, Sarah Lee, who took the lead on several songs and has the voice of an angel. Arlo treated us to some of my favorites, singing his own work as well as songs by his Dad, Woody Guthrie and others by Lead Belly and Steve Goodman. He even surprised us with a complete performance of his classic “Alice’s Restaurant” which I had heard he doesn’t perform as much anymore. Sarah Lee also sang some songs by her grandfather Woody as well as others by Donovan and Phil Ochs. She also sang a few of her own compositions which were beautiful tributes to her mother who passed away a few years ago. Nearly every song was accompanied by a great story. I spent the whole night feeling like I was in the company of some old friends who just happened to be incredibly talented musicians. A truly magical evening, the memory of which I will treasure forever.

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  4. Branden Sackey

    This was the best show I’ve ever seen at the Birchmere. Arlo is a great story teller and his rapport with audience was great.

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  5. Art Girton

    Great show! Love, love, love it! Food was great, too, although more vegan food would have been wonderful! Arlo is like a fine wine, he just gets better with age!

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  6. Cordell Ashcroft

    As always Arlo brings a fantastic performance and a great night! His children do a fantastic job as well, just a wonderful time!

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  7. Victoria Harms

    We enjoyed this trip down memory lane. Arlo is a good showman. His daughter did half of the songs so it would have been good to hear more of him but they sang all the old favorites including, yes, Alice’s Restaurant.

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  8. Anibal Huntoon

    Great show, liked the variety of music between Arlo and Sara Lee.

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  9. Loyd Sarette

    Arlo was in OBVIOUS PAIN…lower back, hip…one or the other or both…he couldn’t stand or walk upright most of the time! He put on a CLASSY, GRITTY performance!!! Abe…he does what he always does…classy support without being “noticed”…or “infringing”…
    Sarah Lee: SORRY! Her voice, for us, is very much like fingernails on a chalkboard…over and over and over. The ONLY cover song that she sounded “decent” on was a cover of an old Phil Ochs tune. Her own songs are LAME, melancholy…and down-right depressing!!! The sound guys can get Arlo “right”; but they can’t do the same for Sarah Lee…they SHOULD have an equalizer where they could “defeat” her SCREECHING treble vocals!
    OK, I get it…Arlo doesn’t draw a huge audience…and at his age…his voice can’t do a solo show night after night…and Arlo likes to keep ticket prices reasonable…so Sarah Lee is a logical choice…
    We REALLY WANTED to see the Back By Popular Demand, Alice’s Restaurant show at E J Thomas Hall in Akron; but we’re NOT going! The acoustics at E J Thomas Hall SUCK, IMHO! Had Arlo come to the Akron Civic Theater or another older theater with good acoustics, we probably would have considered going…even with Sarah Lee SCREECHING through her STALE opening act and patter…
    Arlo is as AWESOME as ever he was…but time…and age…push all of us into making choices that are necessary…whether they are good choices…that’s up to folks buying tickets.
    We’d happily pay $100 per ticket to see Arlo SOLO…even for ONE, 30-45 minute set; but with Sarah Lee on the bill…at a mediocre venue (EJT Hall)…you couldn’t PAY US to go!
    The Cain Park venue is nice…parking…even with the shuttle service…mediocre; but it will do. The surrounding area has REALLY DETORIATED in the last couple of decades…so, NOT the “comfortable” site that it once was………………………

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  10. Reita Stcharles

    Good show with the Guthrie family. Arlo is a great story teller, let’s you have a peek behind the curtain on his musical and family life, as does his daughter. They talked about his father, Woodie, and sing a few of his iconic songs as well. Played one of Arlo’s crowd pleasers, Alice’s Restaurant; which was great for me, because my brothers and I use to play that song/album before Thanksgiving dinner when I was in college in the early ‘80’s. My friend and I were hoping to here the Motorcycle song, but alas, no dice this time. Nevertheless, we left content and happy at the end of the show; having had a good few laughs, hearing mostly good songs, and even having a crowd sing-along on a few of them!

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  11. Concepcion Foxhoven

    Arlo, with the bonus of his family, inspired me to sing and smile all evening. Many years of Arlo concerts- he just keeps on doing what he does and doing it so well❤️

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  12. Dierdre Mcferron

    We have seen Arlo several times, in various iterations, and he always delivers this was a great mix of classic Arlo and Woody songs, other classics like “Midnight Special,” and some newer numbers by his daughter Sarah Lee, who is a fine performer in her own right. I was surprised that he sang “Alice’s Restaurant,” which he used to omit. It’s worth seeing him while he’s still performing.

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  13. Gia Brents

    We enjoyed this show very much. We had seen Arlo before but this time his children shared the stage. They were all great, but Sarah was amazing. The talent in that family is just amazing

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