Doc Watson makes one of his last life-time appearances ….

David Holt leads guitar master Doc Watson onto stage at UNCG's Aycock Auditorium

At the age off 88, legendary North Carolinian and seven-time Grammy Award winning guitarist, songwriter, and singer Doc Watson performed at the Aycock Auditorium at the University of North Carolina (Greensboro)  on September 17, 2011.  Joined on stage by his long-time accompanists David Holt and T. Michael Coleman, Doc and his friends played to a nearly full house.

Doc Watson is  finishing nearly eight decades of a full and rich life.   His performance schedule is becoming more uncertain and any opportunity to hear this living legend should not to be missed.  Doc Watson is  a recipient of the International Bluegrass Music Hall of Honor, the Grammy Life-time Achievement Award (2004) and the recipient of the National Medal of Arts from President Bill Clinton (1997).

 

One Response to “Doc Watson makes one of his last life-time appearances ….”

  1. Bob Henard says:

    I was privileged to have attended Doc’s funeral. As I posted on FB at the time:

    Just rolled in from having attended Doc Watson’s funeral. I don’t know how it could have been more fitting. This is the way a funeral should be. Doc was a man of music, and the funeral was simply music and friends.

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