Harry Tuft and Dick Weissman w/ Shady Grove Picnic Series at Four Mile Historic Park
Harry Tuft grew up singing and playing a series of instruments, from the piano to the clarinet, ukulele, baritone uke, and, in college, a six-string guitar.
Philadelphia’s lively folk scene provided the setting for Harry’s first ventures into public singing. From there, friendships with Dick Weissman and Roger Abrahams fostered a growing interest in folk music.
In 1962, Harry opened the Denver Folklore Center. His 2011 album, “Harry Tuft & Friends: Treasures Untold,” is now available.
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