Appalachian Actor, Singer, Storyteller
~a benefit for Meals on Wheels~
October 25, 2pm
Tickets $15. Ensure your seat with a reservation. Call (276) 628-3911.
ABOUT THE SHOW
“It was clear from the start that music would provide the path in
Eugene Wolf’s life. A road where Connie Francis meets Loretta Lynn and the Beatles battle it out with Petula Clark. Eugene will perform a one-man show about growing up in Greeneville, Tennessee with his grandmother, Avon saleslady, Bernice Rader and how music fit into their plan to make him a romantic, leading music man. Or at least sell a couple of bottles of Skin So Soft.”
ABOUT EUGENE WOLF
Eugene Wolf is an actor/singer/storyteller from Abingdon, Virginia. He’s been performing since he was two years old, when he won his first talent contest at the Capitol Theatre in Greeneville, Tennessee. Since then he’s been a 16 year member of the Road Company, an acting ensemble based in East Tennessee and a 19 year member of Barter Theatre of Abingdon. His signature role is A. P. Carter in Barter’s “Keep on the Sunny Side: The Songs and Stories of the Original Carter Family” and has appeared as A. P. on television in the PBS special “Will The Circle Be Unbroken and the BBC’s “Lost Highway.” He believes that live stories and songs are the fuel that keep us human and the water that washes away the blues.