A master storyteller, Arlo Guthrie's concerts are filled with wonderful songs, brilliant asides and amusing yarns from a well-lived life and a career spanning over 50 years. When he was arrested on Thanksgiving Day 1965 for littering, there's no way he could've known the incident would inspire one of
the definitive counterculture anthems of the '60s: the 18-minute satirical talking-blues song called "Alice's Restaurant Massacre." Guthrie, the son of folk hero Woody Guthrie, is best known for hits like "City of New Orleans," "Coming Into Los Angeles," "The Motorcycle Song" and other tunes. Hop on the Guthrie train at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills for a ride through the continuing American revolution, flying past the '60s counter-culture and "running down the road" to a more perfect union.