Friday, Dec, 04 Douglas Day, 6-9pm


Bluesman and Folksinger DOUGLAS DAY – Douglas Day is a folksinger and finger-style guitarist with a Ph. D. in folklore who lives with his family in Staunton. As a professional folklorist, Day has documented southern and mid-Atlantic folklore and folk-life since Jimmy Carter was president. With guitar and tape recorder in hand, he has learned from urban bluesmen and mountain ballad singers, and has accompanied gospel quartets in black and white churches. The music he plays has been gleaned from fieldwork from Appalachia to the Sea Islands, from the Mississippi Delta to Pennsylvania Dutch country, and the result is a gumbo of blues, country, gospel, folk, rock ‘n’ roll, and rhythm ‘n’ blues.
Dining and music from 6–9 p.m. No cover charge. Space limited. Call for seating availability. Stone Soup Books and Café, 908 W. Main St., Waynesboro 540-943-0084,


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