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Smithsonian Folk-Legacy recording artist BOB ZENTZ is an award-winning singer, songwriter and songfinder, and multi-instrumentalist, now in his sixth decade of performing, with stops along the way including the U.S. Coast Guard, the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, and Virginia’s Legends of Music Walk of Fame. With his spouse, song historian JEANNE McDOUGALL ZENTZ, Bob co-founded the Ramblin’ Conrad Folklife Institute in 2016 to help preserve roots and promote branches, in the belief that the future of our world depends upon our youth and music. More info is available at www.bobzentz.com
Very interactive and participatory -- all are welcome, all ages, all interests! Bob can teach dozens of folk instruments and talk about the development of folklife traditions from all over the world, and especially about how the many cultures that met in the watery world around eastern Virginia have blended together. Folk music is all about FOLK -- the people -- and Bob's trademark Homemade Music is just that -- people making music together with and for other people.
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Some Supplies You Might Need
If instrumental music, your own instrument.
If songwriting, your own writing materials
*TRAIN is a free service offered by the Virginia Folklife Program at Virginia Humanities, which receives no proceeds from instruction. Our mission is to connect artists directly with students, and all instructional arrangements and financial agreements are made exclusively between the artists and the students. The Virginia Folklife Program does not assume responsibility or liability for these arrangements.