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John McEuen and Sons Jonathan and Nathan at Studio 201 March 30th

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John, Jonathan and Nathan McEuenThe Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's "String Wizard" John McEuen with sons Jonathan and Nathan will be performing live at Studio 201 in New York City this March 30th. On the eve of the release of their first album together, "The McEuen Sessions" The Circle Remains Unbroken on this 40th Anniversary concert of the release of one of the greatest albums of Americana Music, Will The Circle Be Unbroken.

Will The Circle Be Unbroken was inducted into the Library of Congress in 2004 as one of America's most important recordings. This evening with John and family will include
Music from their new album, a special section of Circle Music rarely heard onstage, stories behind the recording of this landmark recording, and the music of John's sons that has been getting critcal acclaim in their own right.

John brings his renown talents on banjo, guitar, fiddle and mandolin to the stage joining Jonathan and Nathan with a performance that is unlike any other. John puts it simply "I'd hate to follow us".

Founded by two alumni of the legendary Capitol Theatre in Passaic, NJ, Live At Studio 201 is the most unique venue for intimate concerts in NYC. With a maximum seating capacity of 225 and no seat farther than 30 feet from the stage, Live At Studio 201 creates a one of a kind concert experience for both the audience and the performers, featuring some of the most legendary musicians of the past 40 years. This isn't mega corporate rock, it is music presented in a totally intimate setting for fans by fans for the pure passion of the music.

Tickets are available now at Live at Studio 201.

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