An American folk singer. Like his father, Woody Guthrie, Arlo often sings songs of protest against social injustice.
Arlo Guthrie's most famous work is "Alice's Restaurant Massacree", a talking blues song that lasts for 18 minutes.
His most famous work is "Alice's Restaurant Massacree", a talking blues song that lasts 18 minutes and 34 seconds (in its original recorded version, Guthrie has been known to spin the story out to forty-five minutes in concert.
The Alice in the song is Alice Brock, who now runs an art gallery in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
The song, a bitingly satirical protest against the Vietnam War draft, is based on a true incident.
Guthrie's memorable appearance at the 1969 Woodstock Festival was documented in the Michael Wadleigh film Woodstock.
In the fall of 1975 during a benefit concert in Massachusetts, Arlo Guthrie performed with his band Shenandoah in public for the first time.
Arlo Guthrie is best known for being a musician, singer, and composer, throughout the years he has also appeared as an actor in films and on television.
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