It was not uncommon for musicians of the late 19th and early 20th century to excel at performing multiple styles of music on many different instruments. Such was the way of making it as an entertainer in the early days of the traveling American troubadour. Fast forward to 2014, and Jerron Paxton carries on that tradition in grand style. Equally adept on banjo, fiddle, piano and guitar, Paxton performs an authentic variety of traditional old time music in his solo act. Paxton’s skills will be on display Saturday October 18th at the Ozark Folk Center State Park. This is a unique opportunity to see traditional old time music played by one of today’s foremost practitioners. Show time and ticket information, as follows:
Ozark Folk Center State Park/October 18th, 2014
· 45 minute set on the Outdoor Music Stage 2-3pm ($12, part of Craft Village Admission)
· 60 minute set in the Large Auditorium 8-9pm ($12, doors open at 6pm, Lazy Goat String Band, opening act, 7pm)
· Combination Ticket for both performances $19.50.
General admission, no advance sales. Day of show only. Season Passes honored for both performances.
The mission of Ozark Folk Center State Park is to perpetuate, present and promote the Ozark way of life in an educational and enjoyable manner; through craft demonstrations, musical programs, the Heritage Herb Garden, workshops and other special events. For more information on this and other events visit ozarkfolkcenter.com or call 870 269 3851.