Arlo Guthrie Birthday (July 10th)

Arlo Guthrie Birthday (July 10th)

Arlo Guthrie an American folk vocalist was born on 10th July 1947 in Brooklyn, New York U.S.A. Arlo Guthrie is famous for being a singer, composer and musician. He has appeared as a performer on television and movies. He is well known for the role of Alice’s Restaurant. Arlo Guthrie had taken small parts in numerous films and co-star in a small screen performance, Byrds of Paradise.

Arlo Guthrie Childhood

Arlo Guthrie matured surrounded by musicians and dancers: Cisco Houston, Sonny Terry, Ramblin’Jack Elliott, Brownie McGee, Lee Hays, Fred Heller man, Ronnie Gilbert and Pete Seeger, all of them were considerably authorities on Arlo’s musical career. Arlo presented his first show at the age of 13 and hastily became occupied in the music. He was determining the world for the period of 1960s. Arlo Guthrie modified from the Stockbridge school of Massachusetts in 1965. Arlo Guthrie also attended Rocky Mountain College.

Family of Arlo Guthrie

Arlo Guthrie is the son of philosopher/writer/singer/ Woody Guthrie and Marjorie Mazia Guthrie, proficient dancer in the Martha Graham Company. She is the organizer of the board to Combat Huntington’s disease. 
Today Arlo passes with his son Abe almost ten months in one year on the road. Arlo Guthrie family members Johnny Irion and Sarah Lee contribute supporting vocals and auditory guitar. Abe has distributed the stage with his father providing extra vocals and playing keyboards.

Arlo Guthrie's Career

Early 1960s, Arlo Guthrie appeared in the movie Alice’s Restaurant, 1969-United Artists; late1970s produced band Shenandoah; organizer of Rising Son Records; issues Rolling Blunder Review, quarterly newsletter. Arlo sings the Songs of Protest against community discrimination. Arlo Guthrie’s eminent occupation is “Alice’s Restaurant Massacre”, Talking Blues song that ends for eighteen minutes.

Arlo Guthrie’s occupation explodes with the release of “Alice’s Restaurant” in 1967.It is directed by ArthurPenn. and the title song of this movie premiered at the Newport Folk Festival.

Rising Son’s fastest release is “In Times like these”. Arlo worked together with prominent engineer George Massenburg and with friends John Nardolillo, a music director to produce the sound track of Arlo with theUniversity of Kentucky Symphony Orchestra. In the spring of 2006, the live show was released on the 60th birthday of Arlo 10th July 2007 to wide critical approval.

Discography of Arlo Guthrie

  • Alice's Restaurant (1967)
  • Arlo (1968)
  • Running Down the Road (1969)
  • Washington County (1970)
  • Hobo's Lullaby (1972)
  • Last of the Brooklyn Cowboys (1973)
  • Arlo Guthrie (1974)
  • Together In Concert (1975)
  • Amigo (1976)
  • The Best of Arlo Guthrie (1977)
  • One Night (1978)
  • Outlasting the Blues (1979)
  • Power of Love (1981)
  • Precious Friend (1982)
  • Someday (1986)
  • All Over the World (1991)
  • Son of the Wind (1992)
  • 2 Songs (1992)
  • More Together Again (1994)
  • Mystic Journey (1996)
  • "This Land Is Your Land: An All American Children's Folk Classic" (1997)
  • Alice's Restaurant - The Massacre Revisited (1997)
  • "Bouncing Around the Room" on Sharin' in the Groove (2001)
  • "Banjo Man - a tribute to Derroll Adams" (2002)
  • Live In Sydney (2005)
  • In Times Like These (2007)

Arlo Guthrie as Film and Television Composer

  • Alice's Restaurant (1969) (song "The Alice's Restaurant Massacre")
  • Woodstock (1970) (song "Coming Into Los Angeles")
  • Clay Pigeon (1971) also known as Trip to Kill (UK)
  • Baby's Story time (1989)

Arlo Guthrie as Producer for 

  • Isn't This a Time! A Tribute Concert for Harold Leventhal (2004)

Arlo Guthrie as Writer for 

  • Mooses Come Walking (2004) (Children's Book)


  • Alice's Restaurant (1969)
  • Renaldo and Clara (1978)
  • Baby's Story time (1989)
  • Roadside Prophets (1992)

Along with the influence of Arlo Guthrie father Woody Guthrie, Arlo Guthrie is heard on "This Land is Your Land". This album has taken numerous awards together with 1997 Grammy nomination as “Best Musical Album for Children”. Arlo Guthrie was honored on 26th September, 1992 for the Peace Abbey Courage of Conscience. Arlo Guthrie is a writer of a premium children’s book “Mooses Come Walking” shown by Alice May Brock.

Arlo acquired the aged trinity church in 1991. It was blessings in 1965 that church motivated Arlo to write down the song “Alice’s Restaurant”.