Singer and songwriter Arlo Guthrie performed at Ruby Diamond Auditorium as part of the Seven Days of Opening Nights.
Guthrie shared stories about his father, Woody, and other musicians such as Bob Dylan. Guthrie began his career when he was a teenager with the release of the album Alice's Restaurant.
"We've kept it of the set list for many years. It's just too long and busy so every once in a while we bring it back and we brought it back for the 20th anniversary and the 30th anniversary, and if I can remember it when I get to the 50th, I'll do it then too," said Guthrie as he sat in a chair backstage strumming his guitar.
Arlo Guthrie has been on tour since last June.
Since then, he's also traveled by train to New Orleans to raise money for Hurricane Katrina victims.
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