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Tracy Grammer in concert

Tracy Grammer in concert

Tracy Grammer is set to perform at the Woody Guthrie Center Theater this fall. The show is set for 8 p.m. Nov. 8. Tickets are $20, available at, by phone at 918-574-2710 or at the WGC front desk.

Tickets are available now to Woody Guthrie Center members, and go on sale to the public at 10 a.m. Aug. 26. To become a member of the Woody Guthrie Center, please call 918-574-2710.

About Tracy Grammer

Called “a musician and singer of dazzling versatility” (No Depression), Tracy Grammer is among contemporary folk music’s most beloved artists. Renowned for her pure voice, deft guitar and violin work, and incantatory storytelling, Grammer has recorded and performed with Joan Baez and Mary Chapin Carpenter, headlined several of the nation’s top folk festivals, including Philadelphia Folk Festival and Falcon Ridge, and enjoyed 12 consecutive years as one of folk radio’s 50 top-played artists, both solo and with the late Dave Carter.

Grammer is currently on tour celebrating her highly-anticipated eleventh release, Low Tide, which is the first of her albums to showcase her original songs. Low Tide was the ninth most-played album on folk radio in 2018 and was voted a Top 10 Album of the Year by Fish Records UK.

“One of the finest singers and musicians anywhere in folkdom.”
(Boston Globe)

“One of the most enduring, irreplaceable voices in American folk music.” – Anti-Heroin Chic

The buzz on Low Tide:
“Potent songcraft that reflects the tender and stubborn heart that got her here, and a way with words and images that … marks the beginning of a new path to glory. A bold and beautiful collection.”

“This is the voice of a songwriter who has made her peace with the past and who is ready — and
​more than willing — to move forward.” – Folk Alley

“A bold new sound, attitude and personal viewpoint…. engaging songs beautifully sung and arranged.” – Music Matters Review

“Voted Top 10 Album of the Year.” — Fish Records UK

Watch “Hole” by Tracy Grammer here.