One hundred years since his birth and nearly 50 since his death, the music of Woody Guthrie (1912-1967) still resonates, influencing icons from folk (Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger, son Arlo Guthrie) to rock (Bruce Springsteen, Ani DiFranco, Wilco).
As Lake Worth celebrates its 100th year, the Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery presents two performances of “Woody Guthrie — 100 Years of Music” on March 24 at the nearby Lake Worth Playhouse.
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