The Folk Reunion Featuring The Kingston Trio and The Brothers Four With Special Guest Tom Paxton

In 1957, The Kingston Trio put a new twist on dormant folk music and quickly became part of an immensely popular “folk revival.”  With music rooted in American pop culture, The Kingston Trio’s use of acoustic guitars, banjos, and three-part harmony can be heard in their hits “Where Have All the Flowers Gone” and “Greenback Dollar,” and in their #1 Grammy winning song “Tom Dooley.”  The Brothers Four were also pioneers in the “folk revival” musical movement.  Their use of guitars, banjo, mandolin, and upright bass, along with their trademark rich blend of voices, are highlighted in their hit “Greenfields.”  The evening’s special guest, Tom Paxton, has been an integral part of the songwriting and folk music community since the early 1960s Greenwich Village scene.