Arlo Guthrie at University of Richmond’s Modlin Center 

Sunday, Feb. 12

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Music icon Arlo Guthrie is a celebrated figure in American folk music who shares timeless stories and unforgettable songs, such as his popular 18-minute talking blues song, “Alice’s Restaurant,” a response to the Vietnam War draft. Known for his music and his active role as a political and social commentator, Guthrie has sustained a dedicated fan base and left a lasting impression through his music as well as his numerous television and film appearances. Arlo Guthrie performs at University of Richmond’s Modlin Center for the Arts on Sunday, Feb. 12, at 7:30 p.m. $20-$40. 289-8980.

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