Marc Black is an eclectic folk-rocker who carries the Woodstock tradition of
dealing with life with all its social and political challenges — one song
at a time. He’s been hailed by noted folk artist Happy Traum for his
“timeless” songs featuring “deep grooves, excellent playing [and]
top-notch guitar and vocals.” Black has performed and recorded with many luminaries including Pete Seeger, Art Garfunkel and Rick Danko. Levon Helm also invited Marc to play one of the Midnight Rambles.
Marc’s song subjects range from his love for Rachel Maddow to good coffee and
just about everything in between. His fingerstyle blues is reminiscent
of Mississippi John Hurt and Lightnin’ Hopkins. And his recent CD, Pictures of the Highway, reached #6 on the Folk DJ Chart.
Doors open at 7 p.m. Stone Soup Kitchen now has a full bar. A limited menu of soups and sandwiches will be offered for this concert.
Call 404-228-1763 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This link will take you to a few of Marc Black’s tunes from his 12 CDs:
Here’s a video bit with the band (with John Sebastion, Happy Traum and Garth Hudson sitting in)…Move Up To The Country: http://bit.ly/xSU2dY
A video from last year’s SERFA, Clean Up Man (Ode to Pete Seeger): http://bit.ly/CleanUpManLive