Nikki Morrow September 14, 2018

Keith Symanowitz – Ozark Folk Center

 

Blues Legend to Play at Ozark Folk Center

 

 

Mountain View, AR – Friday, September 28 the Ozark Folk Center State Park hosts 2x Grammy Award-winning blues musician Taj Mahal. The performance, which is part of the park’s Celebrity Concert Series, is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. in the Ozark Folk Center’s 1,000-seat music theater-  Recently voted “Venue of the Year” at the 2018 Arkansas CMA Awards.  The performance will be recorded for the fourth season of the Ozark Highlands Radio, a publically syndicated radio program produced at the park which is carried by a growing list of affiliates across the country.

About the Artist: Blues legend Taj Mahal has been stretching the boundaries of blues music over the course of five decades, fusing elements of African and Caribbean rhythms into his unique style of American roots blues. Last year, he was awarded “Album of the Year” and “Best Contemporary Blues Album,” alongside recording artist Keb Mo, for their collaborative album entitled “Taj Mo.” Taj Mahal continues to tour across the U.S. and produce great music for fans after being inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame nearly 10 years ago.

 

Taj Mahal is just one of 30 nationally-touring performers to feature at the Ozark Folk Center this season. Tickets for the Taj Mahal Trio are priced between $30-40 and are available online at OzarkFolkCenter.TicketLeap.com.

Also performing this month at the Ozark Folk Center in Mountain View, string virtuosos and folk music performers Newberry & Verch on Friday, September 21. Tickets for all Feature Concerts, including Newberry & Verch, are $12 for adults, $7 for children 7-12, and are available online at OzarkFolkCenter.TicketLeap.com.

 

Interested in learning more? The Ozark Folk Center State Park hosts over 90 evening music shows and 85 artisan crafts workshops each season (ending November 10). For a complete list of details about upcoming workshops, the park’s artisan Craft Village, or places to stay or dine-in, call 870-269-3851 or visit OzarkFolkCenter.com.