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Humor, Music and Stories with Don White
March 4 @ 8:00 pm
Massachusetts’ own Don White performs his enthralling and hilarious storytelling musical act at the Bull Run on March 4. Equal parts storyteller-comedian-author-troubadour-folk singer-songwriter, White has performed at clubs and coffeehouses with Arlo Guthrie, Tom Rush, Patty Larkin and many more. Amazingly, Don White has a birthday every single year. And this is his annual Birthday Show at Bull Run
White’s arc as an award-winning songwriter and performer has taken him from his industrial hometown of Lynn, Mass., across the country as a hitchhiker, through Boston’s comedy clubs and coffeehouses and onto the stage with greats like: Arlo Guthrie, Taj Mahal, Ritchie Havens, Patty Larkin, Bill Morrissey, Tom Rush, Louden Wainright III and Christine Lavin: with whom he toured for 8 years all across North America in a co-bill called “The Funny Side of the Street.” At every point, White has been the ultimate observer, infusing his work with his experiences as a husband, a father, a seeker, and a joker.
As a storyteller, White has been featured at festivals around the country including the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival in Utah and Cave Run Storytelling Festival in Kentucky. Since 2015, he has joined master storytellers Bil Lepp and Bill Harley in Father’s Daze, a hilarious three-man storytelling show about the triumphs and tribulations of fatherhood. White is hilariously funny, but his humor always comes from his big heart.
White has released ten CDs, three live DVDs, and an two books: “Memoirs of a C Student” and the just released “The Hitchhiking Years and 4 Other Stories.” His latest album is “Live at the Guthrie Center,” available now. In 2011, he won the Jerry Christen Memorial Award, given out by Boston Area Coffeehouse Association, for his work with the community and that same year was given a key to the city in his hometown of Lynn, Massachusetts.
White is a riot on stage, a bona fide crowd-pleaser. One of the most popular acts on the circuit. He plays an audience the way Leo Kottke plays a 12-string. – the Boston Globe
Doors open at 6pm for dinner and seating. Showtime is 8pm.Share