In the second segment of today's edition of Midday on the Arts, Tom welcomes to Studio A the legendary blues musician and storyteller, Guy Davis. Davis is also an author, a playwright, a teacher, and an actor in films,TV and on Broadway, and the son of actors/civil rights activists Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis. Guy has returned to this year's Common Ground on the Hill workshop and concert series which got underway earlier this week in Westminster, MarylandTom is also joined by the festival’s founder and executive director, Walt Michael, who is also a renowned blue grass musician and a master of the hammered dulcimer. Guy Davis's latest CD is the 2016 release, Sonny ---- Brownie’s Last Train – A Look Back at Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry. You can catch Guy Davis tonight at 8:00pm on the campus of McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland, where he will join the staff of the Common Ground on the Hill in a Blues Night concert.For a complete schedule of ongoing concerts and workshops at Common Ground on the Hill's Traditions Weeks series at McDaniels College, and for information about its 22nd Annual Roots Music and Arts Festival on Saturday, July 13th at the Carroll County Farm Museum in Westminster, click here.
Live in Studio A: Bluesman Guy Davis, with Common Ground on the Hill's Walt Michael
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