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Crabmeat Thompson Folk Fest 2014. Guests of Crabmeat and the Crabmeat Thompson Band include Gerald Chavis on jazz trumpet and Jas. McGiffin on upright bass. More as plans progress.
I play early Children's Stage; later Main Stage, w/ Jim McGiffin & Jan Crumpley. Times TBA. GREAT Event! Proud to be a part.
7-9. Try the Lamb Curry! yum...
Sounds Like: Van Morrison (Official), Todd Snider, Bob Dylan & The Band, Tom Waits, David Bromberg Quartet & Band
Label: FICE Records
Manager: Brad Kirkland, PA
Bio: “Crabmeat has a wide repertoire of songs, ranging from comments on the environment to political topics to material based on his travels or his career as a college teacher, all done with his trademark sense of humor. In addition, his musicianship on guitar, voice, and other instruments is superb a...See Full Bio
“Q What do people call you? A Crabmeat or Jerry. My wife never calls me Jerry, she calls me Crabmeat. Q How long have you been playing music and what do you play? A I always sang and whistled and made music, even when I was a little, little, little baby kid. When I got to college it was the big folk scare of the ’60s, and I got a guitar and started singing around the dormitory and everybody liked it and came and sang along. It was very easy in college to learn stuff from other people, we were always getting together and doing that. Q Were you performing the same type of material you do now? A When I was up in Oregon there were a lot of people moving to the country. Then there was this song “Take Me Home, Country Road,” and it really expressed what people where feeling. So when I got down to California, people were playing country music, like Merle Haggard, and then country rock.”