The Arts Alliance Mountain Empire’s Public Speaker Series presents Excerpts from The Book of Mamaw by Eugene Wolf on December 5, 2017 at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum.
Date: Tuesday, December 5, 2017
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Eugene Wolf has been performing since he was two years old, when he won his first talent contest at the Capitol Theatre in Greeneville, Tennessee. Wolf studied music and theater at the University of Tennessee and worked for The Road Company, a professional acting ensemble in Johnson City, Tennessee that was the first group of American artists to visit Bashkiria, Russia in 1994. Many will recognize him as one half of The Brother Boys, a critically acclaimed duo he and Ed Snodderly formed over 30 years ago. The Brother Boys are featured on the album On Top of Old Smoky: New Old-time Smoky Mountain Music alongside Dolly Parton. For two decades Wolf has been a member of the Acting Company of Barter Theatre where he originated the role of A. P. Carter in the play “Keep On the Sunny Side.” In 2013 he traveled again to Russia to collaborate with Russian musicians on American spirituals and recorded a CD, Where We’ll Never Grow Old. Wolf has adapted his years of songs, photographs, and musings into a heartfelt, hilarious, one man show paying homage to the person who has influenced his life the most, his Mamaw.
The event is free and open to the public; doors open at 6:30 p.m.
The Arts Alliance Mountain Empire (AAME) is a nonprofit arts council serving artists, arts organizations, and other cultural endeavors throughout East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.
Photo Courtesy of Harry Taylor