Henderson and Josh Goforth
Monday, November 24, 8:00 PM
Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver Spring, 10309 New Hampshire
Ave., Silver Spring
$12 advance/$15 door
Wayne Henderson and Josh Goforth, two virtuosos from the Appalachian
region, combine their amazing talents and skills in this special appearance.
A lifelong resident of Rugby, VA, Wayne took up the guitar at age 5,
and in his teens he was winning ribbons at all of the regions guitar
contests and building
instruments that are prized by musicians and collectors around the world.
In 1995 he was honored with a National Heritage Fellowship, and recognized
as a living national treasure. (See Waynes workshop descriptions on
the next page.)
Award-winning fiddler and multi-instrumentalist, Josh Goforth, has devoted
his life to learning and teaching both old-time music and bluegrass
since the sixth grade. Josh tours in the U.S. and overseas, performing
solo or with numerous bands including the world-renowned ETSU Bluegrass
Pride Band. He appeared in the movie Songcatcher as Fiddlin Will and
contributed several fiddle pieces to the soundtrack. Now in his early
20s, Josh is pursuing a dual career in music education and performance..
See Waynes workshop descriptions
on this page