Geoff Muldaur

Saturday, October 21
at C'Ville Coffee

The Prism Coffeehouse Presents:
Geoff Muldaur

Saturday October 21
$18 advance / $20 door

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Great Voice & Musical Force and Iconic Veteran of ’60s Folk Music:

“Bob Dylan didn’t want to be Woody Guthrie. He wanted to be Geoff Muldaur. Geoff was the Big Man On Campus. He still is.” — Van Dyke Parks

“Geoff has always been one of my favorite singers.” — Bonnie Raitt

“Someone I’ve always admired from afar.” — John Cale

“Hearing his new record reminds me of why I fell for this guy in the first place. This album is long overdue and I’ve never heard him sound better.” — Maria Muldaur

“Geoff Muldaur was and is one of my musical heroes. When I listen to him sing and play, I can hear the coal mine, the cotton field, and last, but certainly foremost, the boy’s boarding school.” — Loudon Wainwright III

“I was immediately taken with Geoff Muldaur’s rich soulful voice, masterful phrasing and guitar playing when I first heard him.” — Lucinda Williams

“Geoff is not only one of my favorite musicians, but one of my favorite people.” — Bobby Charles.

“[Geoff’s] the female Carolyn Hester.” — Bob Dylan

“One of the few white men who should own a guitar. A great crooner…and cute too.” — Martin Mull

“The Lovin Spoonful’s favorite singer went and got better.” — John Sebastian

“Geoff has a voice like nobody else. When he sings you just have to listen. He has a way with a song that makes you wish it would never end. The combination of Geoff’s amazing voice and the way he wraps it around a song makes his music irresistible.” — Tom Rush

“Mole is always great, but in the last few years he’s really come into his own.” — Dave Von Ronk

“His high, tremulous voice and funky sensibilities have inspired…serious players who translated the results to their audiences. One of the living masters of American home-grown music…” — Peter Coyote