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John McEuen "Grand Opening 2.0" Concert Thursday At App Theatre

Exactly two years after performing at the SRO Grand Opening of the newly-renovated and restored Appalachian Theatre of the High Country, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band founder John McEuen returns to the Doc Watson Stage for Americana Music for an encore concert on October 14. The "Grand Reopening 2.0" event will...
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American folk legend John McEuen returns to App Theatre Oct. 14

BOONE — Exactly two years after his sold-out performance for the grand opening of the Appalachian Theatre of the High Country, folk musician John McEuen is returning to Boone on Oct. 14 to perform alongside his “String Wizards” Matt Cartsonis, Les Thompson, John Cable, Jack Lawrence and T. Michael Coleman.
BOONE, NC
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John McEuen "Grand Opening 2.0" October 14

Exactly two years after his sold-out performance for the grand opening of the Appalachian Theatre of the High Country (ATHC), folk musician John McEuen is returning to Boone on October 14 to perform alongside his “String Wizards” Matt Cartsonis, Les Thompson, John Cable, Jack Lawrence and T. Michael Coleman. This...
BOONE, NC
Watauga Democrat

Boone's Appalachian Theatre resumes live programming in September: Artists to include Roger McGuinn, John McEuen, Henry Cho and Malpass Brothers (copy)

The Appalachian Theatre of the High Country announced that it is reopening its doors to the general public on Sept. 3 for the first time since March 2020. This concludes an extended period of time during which ATHC produced 15 online broadcasts of seven films and eight “Live from the Appalachian Theatre” stage shows and private events. These events reached a virtual audience of thousands of dedicated supporters who sustained the venerable King Street landmark in downtown Boone during the global pandemic.
BOONE, NC
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Appalachian Theatre Resumes Live Programming on September 3 Artists include Roger McGuinn, John McEuen, Henry Cho, & Malpass Brothers

ATHC – Fall 2021 Season Media Release 8.21. BOONE, NC – The Appalachian Theatre of the High Country (ATHC) is pleased to announce that it is reopening its doors to the general public on September 3 for the first time since March 2020. This concludes an extended period of time during which ATHC produced 15 online broadcasts of seven films and eight “Live from the Appalachian Theatre” stage shows and private events. These events reached a virtual audience of thousands of dedicated supporters who sustained the venerable King Street landmark in downtown Boone during the global pandemic.
BOONE, NC
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Appalachian Theatre Resumes Live Programming on September 3 Artists include Roger McGuinn, John McEuen, Henry Cho, & Malpass Brothers

BOONE, NC – The Appalachian Theatre of the High Country (ATHC) is pleased to announce that it is reopening its doors to the general public on September 3 for the first time since March 2020. This concludes an extended period of time during which ATHC produced 15 online broadcasts of seven films and eight “Live from the Appalachian Theatre” stage shows and private events. These events reached a virtual audience of thousands of dedicated supporters who sustained the venerable King Street landmark in downtown Boone during the global pandemic.
BOONE, NC
Watauga Democrat

Boone's Appalachian Theatre resumes live programming in September: Artists to include Roger McGuinn, John McEuen, Henry Cho and Malpass Brothers

The Appalachian Theatre of the High Country announced that it is reopening its doors to the general public on Sept. 3 for the first time since March 2020. This concludes an extended period of time during which ATHC produced 15 online broadcasts of seven films and eight “Live from the Appalachian Theatre” stage shows and private events. These events reached a virtual audience of thousands of dedicated supporters who sustained the venerable King Street landmark in downtown Boone during the global pandemic.
BOONE, NC
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Getting The Nitty Gritty On John McEuen and His May 14 Concert at Dosey Doe Whiskey Bar

THE WOODLANDS, TX – On Friday, May 14, John McEuen, a cofounding member of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band is bringing Matt Cartsonis, and John Cable to light up the stage at the Dosey Doe Whiskey Bar in The Woodlands. John chose The Woodlands as his first concert location this year with Dosey Doe Whiskey Bar as his first music venue. The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band is a world-class music group that started in the 1960s with their music still popular today. John was not only a cofounding member of the group, but he also launched a successful solo career with multiple albums and Grammy wins. John’s career spans over 5 decades with collaborations with some of the best music artists in the world. We spoke with John to get more background on the musician himself. His songs are wonderfully crafted pieces of art, and his music helped shape the soundtrack of people’s lives over those years. Successful music careers of others have launched as a result of John’s work and his legacy will always be remembered like his songs, an exciting man with a talent and passion for music and entertaining. His concert on May 14 will be a mixture of popular songs from the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band as well as solo hits and at times, off the beaten path songs that will sooth your soul. This will be a great evening with John McEuen, Matt Cartsonis, and John Cable. You will get up close and personal with music legends.
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