Update as of March 13, 2022: This show does NOT require proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test for entrance.
Eric Andersen first came to prominence as a performer in Greenwich Village in the early 1960s and immediately became part of the Village folk and songwriter scene (along with Phil Ochs, Tom Paxton, Dave Van Ronk and Bob Dylan), and was at the epicenter of the American Greenwich Village singer-songwriter explosion. Aside from his own classics, he’s co-written songs with Bob Weir (The Grateful Dead), Townes Van Zandt, Rick Danko, and Lou Reed. His songs have been covered by many artists including Mary Chapin Carpenter, Judy Collins, Fairport Convention, Rick Nelson, John Denver, Linda Ronstadt, The Grateful Dead, Peter, Paul & Mary, The Blues Project, Gillian Welch, Linda Thompson, and Rick Danko.
He’s featured in the Joni Mitchell - Woman of Heart and Mind American Masters documentary, the Wildflower Festival DVD with Judy Collins, Tom Rush, and Arlo Guthrie, the rock film Festival Express and the documentary Greenwich Village: Music That Defined a Generation.
The Songpoet (a documentary about Eric) follows Eric’s remarkable 50-year journey in America and Europe that continues today as he writes and records with a poetic passion. Eric Andersen’s poetical songs have entertained and captivated audiences worldwide. He plays acoustic guitar, electric guitar, harmonica and piano/keyboards in concert and often performs with his great bands in America, Japan, and Europe.
Jason McCue is an alternative folk artist, raised in West Chester PA, and off of the Philadelphia folk music scene. His two albums, The Grotesque and Fever were both recorded by himself, and attempt to tell a fluid story through music.
Planning on seeing your favorite artist at Sellersville Theater? Why not make it a night? Use the promo code SHOW15 when booking online or by phone at The Washington House Hotel, right next door. Enjoy a dessert or a drink worry free, then head upstairs for a wonderful nights sleep. The next morning, our continental breakfast is prepared for you early, so you can still get to work on time!
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