Creative 360 and Nomadic Productions present Ken Waldman, From Midland to Moose Pass, (with special guest, Aaron Jonah Lewis) Sunday, January 15 in two shows. One at 2:30 for children and families ($5 in advance/$7 at the door; and an evening performance at 6:30 pm ($12 in advance/$15 at the door).
Alaskan fiddler, writer, and storyteller, Ken Waldman, and virtuosic multi-instrumentalist, Aaron Jonah Lewis will entertain as they perform Appalachian-style string band music, fiddle and banjo duets, twin fiddle pieces, Alaska-set storytelling, smart poetry, and several surprises.
Ken Waldman is a fiddler with nine CDs and a writer with 8 books. He is a former college professor with an MFA in Creative Writing. He has six full-length poetry collections, a memoir, a children’s book, and more than 400 of his stories and poems have appeared in such journals as Poet Lore, Beloit Poetry Journal, and Quarterly West. Learn more about Waldman on his website at: www.kenwaldman.com (photo credit: Art Sutch)
“Feels like a Ken Burns movie…Always recommended.” ~ The Austin Chronicle
“Renegade Americana.” ~ Denver Post
“Ken is phenomenal and this is a great opportunity for the community as well as educators, writers and musicians to experience…He is a wonderful person!” ~ Denise Hill, Professor of English, English Division Chair at Delta College.
Tickets are available on the Creative 360 website at becreative360.org or in the office at 989-837-1885.