John Hartford

Born: 
12/30/1937
City: 
NYC
Region: 
New York
Country: 
USA
Died: 
06/04/2001
Years Active: 
1953-2001
Genre(s): 
Instruments: 
Banjo, Fiddle, Guitar, Vocals
Recorded With: 

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John Cowan Hartford was an American folk, country and bluegrass composer and musician known for his mastery of the fiddle and banjo, as well as for his witty lyrics, unique vocal style, and extensive knowledge of Mississippi River lore.

Discography

Released: 1968
Released: 1971
Released: 1972

Concerts

Event Datesort descending Venue City Region Country
John Hartford / Norman Blake 01/26/1973 Power Center Ann Arbor Michigan USA
John Hartford 04/04/1973 GVSU Fieldhouse Allendale Michigan USA
John Hartford 10/06/1974 The Stables East Lansing Michigan USA
John Hartford String Band 02/05/1977 McDonel Kiva East Lansing Michigan USA
John Hartford 04/30/1979 Black Sheep Repertory Theatre Manchester Michigan USA
John Hartford 05/01/1979 Black Sheep Repertory Theatre Manchester Michigan USA
John Hartford 06/14/1980 Michigan Theater (AA) Ann Arbor Michigan USA
The 6th Ann Arbor Folk Festival 01/15/1983 Michigan Theater (AA) Ann Arbor Michigan USA
John Hartford 03/31/1983 The Ark (1) Ann Arbor Michigan USA
John Hartford 04/01/1983 The Ark (1) Ann Arbor Michigan USA
Stroh's 5th Annual Motor City Bluegrass Festival 05/27/1984 Meadow Brook Rochester Hills Michigan USA
John Hartford 04/12/1985 The Ark (2) Ann Arbor Michigan USA
John Hartford 03/21/1986 The Ark (2) Ann Arbor Michigan USA
John Hartford 05/13/1988 Wayne State Community Arts Auditorium Detroit Michigan USA
The 12th Ann Arbor Folk Festival 01/28/1989 Hill Auditorium Ann Arbor Michigan USA
John Hartford 03/25/1989 The Ark (2) Ann Arbor Michigan USA
John Hartford 11/09/1990 The Ark (2) Ann Arbor Michigan USA
John Hartford 06/05/1992 The Ark (2) Ann Arbor Michigan USA
John Hartford Trio 07/12/1996 The Ark (2) Ann Arbor Michigan USA
John Hartford 09/24/1999 The Ark (3) Ann Arbor Michigan USA
John Hartford 06/18/2000 Power Center Ann Arbor Michigan USA