This calendar shows events being held by St. James’. To check on all meetings being held on campus and for meeting room availability, please see our Facilities Use Calendar. Rooms on campus may be reserved by contacting the Office Administrator.
John McCutcheon – 50 Years of Traditional Music – Livestream Concert
Sunday, March 6th at 7:00 PM ET
Though John is often thought of as one of the most prolific and powerful songwriters in folk music, his roots are firmly planted in traditional music. As a young 20-year-old he traveled the Appalachians, apprenticing himself to some of the greats of traditional Southern music. This concert will feature an homage to his many mentors, selections from his field recordings housed at the Library of Congress’ Archive of American Folksong, and some very special surprises.
30% of ticket price purchased with our links goes back to St. James’. Part of the proceed will be donated to Abode Services fighting to end homelessness. Tickets for the live stream concerts are good for unlimited on-demand replays for 48 hours after the concert.
Purchase tickets by clicking here.
- $20 | General Admission
- $30 | Family / Household
- $10 | Student Pricing
- $5 | Unemployed / Laid Off Pricing
NOTE NEW DATE – original January date postponed. All issued tickets will be honored for June 13th.
World-Renowned, Grammy-Nominated, Folk Singer/Songwriter
Monday, June 13, 2022, 7:30 P.M.
General Admission: $30
Proof of COVID vaccination and mask are required for attending the concert.
A portion of the proceeds from this concert will be donated to Abode Services working to end homelessness.
For more information on John McCutcheon, go to www.folkmusic.com