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Rob Carlson brings music and laughs to Clay Center’s Woody Hawley Concert Series

10/31/2012
 
Get ready for an entertaining evening of music and laughter as Rob Carlson visits the Clay Center’s Walker Theater Saturday, Nov. 3 at 7:30 p.m. Hear an acoustic set of original songs from his 30-year career in this Woody Hawley Concert Series show. Get ready for an entertaining evening of music and laughter as Rob Carlson visits the Clay Center’s Walker Theater Saturday, Nov. 3 at 7:30 p.m. Hear an acoustic set of original songs from his 30-year career in this Woody Hawley Concert Series show.
 
After leading the original Benefit Street Band and recording the critically-acclaimed album “Peaceable Kingdom” with Jon Gailmor in 1974, this prolific singer-songwriter went on to compose parodies and comedy bits for several radio networks. Known for his stint as “Ramblin’ Bob,” in which he performed satirical songs in the style of Bob Dylan for the American Comedy Network, Carlson has been entertaining audiences with his topical humor and musical talent for decades.
 
New York-based, award-winning folk singer Nels Andrews will open the show.
 
The Woody Hawley Concert Series features celebrated singer-songwriters in an intimate, cabaret-style setting. All shows take place on Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are still available for this and other upcoming shows, including Michael Johnson, Kristy Jackson, Cheryl Wheeler, Jonathan Edwards and Peter Yarrow.
 
The 2012-2013 Woody Hawley Concert Series is sponsored by Atkinson & Polak, PLLC. Single tickets are $18 for all season shows and $20 for the Peter Yarrow series finale. Call 304-561-3570 or visit www.theclaycenter.org for more information.

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