A Grammy-nominated folk singer will showcase his musical talents in Williamsburg next month.
John McCutcheon, a Georgia-based folk singer, songwriter, storyteller, activist and author, is stopping by the Williamsburg Regional Library April 26 as part his 2015 tour across the United States.
McCutcheon has 30 recordings and has mastered 12 instruments which he uses to create original and traditional songs that incorporate storytelling, humor and the audience.
He has been described as the “Renaissance man” of folk music and his style of music has been compared to that of Will Rogers and Garrison Keillor.
The performance, which is part of the library’s Dewey Decibel concerts, runs from 7:30 to 10 p.m. April 26.
Tickets are $18 for adults, $16 for Friends of the Williamsburg Regional Library and students and $10 for children under 17.
Tickets can be purchased over the phone at 259-4070 or at the Program Services desk at the library.
For more information and to hear a sample of MCutheon’s work, click here.