Photo essay: Arlo Guthrie, Reed Foehl @ the Boulder TheaterBy Todd Radunsky | April 21st, 2011 | 4 comments
Legendary folk singers Arlo Guthrie and Reed Foehl played the Boulder Theater on Wednesday night for a special eTown taping. Guthrie had the audience in the palm of his hands the entire time, captivating them with his meaningful and political lyrics. He also did his part to make his fans laugh between classic songs, telling timeless stories from the past that were truly hilarious.
Todd Radunsky is a Boulder-based photographer and a regular contributor to Reverb.
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