9/28/19, Sunday: Larry Allen Brown

Advance notice, details to come. Another treasure. Put it on your calendar.

Before his solo career as a composer and performer on acoustic fingerstyle guitar, Larry Allen Brown played lead guitar for more rock, jazz, and blues groups in Chicago, Washington DC, and Boston than he can remember.

Born and raised in Chicago, and a Berklee College of Music alum, his Celtic-blues-jazz rooted music wears the influences of Dave van Ronk, John Fahey, and Martin Simpson.

His newest album, “Stories That We Wrote,” was produced by Grammy-winning Will Ackerman, founder of the Windham Hill label.

He also heads the Acoustic Earth Orchestra chamber ensemble.

Rumor has it that he went to high school with John Prine.

“This man sings songs of startling intelligence in a voice you know is telling the truth… songs with some serious miles on the tires; born of a life deeply and passionately lived.” – Will Ackerman

“Whether you describe his voice as mahogany, molasses or bourbon, or a voice that sounds like mahogany covered in molasses and bourbon; you know it’s a voice that’s seen some things, and done some stuff”. – Norman Wheatley of the Gentlefolk2 UK music program

Saturday, September 28. Door at 7, music at 8.