Folk Music Icon Tom Chapin Returns to AZ's Prescott Center for the Arts, 1/13
Tom Chapin, Prescott Center for the Arts
In addition to his varied musical and media endeavors, Chapin is also a powerful advocate on behalf of a variety of charitable causes. He is an active board member of WhyHunger, the organization which the artist's older brother, the late singer-songwriter/activist Harry Chapin, founded (as World Hunger Year) in the 1970s. He also remains active in a variety of environmental causes, as well as efforts on behalf of music and the arts in our public schools. "I'm at that place in my life where I follow what interests me," Chapin concludes. "I still love the guitar, I still love to sing, and I still love the thrill of creation: a good song, a good recording, a good concert. I feel blessed to be my own boss, creating my own material and performing it to different audiences, ages and generations."
For more information, visit www.tomchapin.com.
The concert will take place on Sunday, January 13 at Prescott Center for the Arts at 7:30pm. Tickets are $17.00. To purchase, call (928) 445-3286 or visit www.pca-az.net. Presented by PCA and the Folk Sessions.