Joe Crookston in Concert



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Musician and artist Joe Crookston performs at  The Bowery Stage at the Winnsboro Center for the Arts on March 13. 

Crookston’s recording, “Able Baker Charlie & Dog,” is filled with story songs from a Rockefeller songwriting grant and was awarded “Album of the Year” by the International Folk Alliance in Memphis, Tennessee. Crookston recently signed to Tamulevich Artist Management with fellow songwriters John Gorka, Red Horse and Peter Yarrow.

Crookston’s song “Blue Tattoo” is the inspiration for “Blue Tattoo,” a documentary film that relates how Crookston and Holocaust survivor Dina Jacobson of Elmira, New York, came together to form a unique friendship with a common sense of purpose. The documentary recently premiered at the Buffalo International Jewish Film Festival.

For information about the concert, email wca.artwcenter@gmail.com or call 903.342.0686. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. 

Visit winnsborocenterforthearts.com/ for advance tickets and more information about the concert. The Winnsboro Center for the Arts is located at 200 Market Street.

For more information about Joe Crookston and his music visit joecrookston.com.

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