Legendary folk music icon Arlo Guthrie returns to The O'Shaughnessy!
In 1965, a teenaged Guthrie performed a "friendly gesture" that proved to be fateful. Arlo was arrested for littering, leading him to be deemed "not moral enough to join the army." Guthrie attained international attention at age 19 by recounting the true events on the album Alice's Restaurant in 1967.
The Alice's Restaurant Massacree has become an anti-establishment anthem and an essential part of the Thanksgiving holiday season, still broadcast widely on terrestrial, internet and satellite radio. Alice's Restaurant achieved platinum status and was made into a movie in 1969, in which Arlo played himself, by the esteemed director Arthur Penn. 1969 also brought Arlo to the rock festival of the ages - Woodstock. His appearance showcased Arlo's hit Coming Into Los Angeles, which was included on the multi-platinum Woodstock: Music From The Original Soundtrack And More (1970).
Now The O'Shaughnessy brings Arlo and his amazing family back, by popular demand, to share his decades of stories and songs that never cease to move, charm, and inspire!