Arlo Guthrie will team up with Pete Seeger and The Guthrie Family for his annual Thanksgiving show at Carnegie Hall this Saturday, November 30. Guthrie has been associated with Thanksgiving ever since he released his iconic protest album Alice’s Restaurant in 1967. The singer/songwriter began work on the record’s most famous track—“Alice’s Restaurant Massacree”—after he was arrested for littering on Thanksgiving weekend in 1965. The original recording of “Alice’s Restaurant” can now be heard over at Relix.com.
Tickets to the Carnegie Hall show, which has been a tradition for over forty years, are still available.