One of the best-loved folk singers in the American West will perform a repertoire of original, traditional and contemporary folk songs as the Highline Historical Society celebrates 20 years as an organization at its annual meeting on Sunday, Nov. 16, at 2 p.m. at SeaTac City Hall.
Award-winning artist Hank Cramer is known for his booming bass voice, smooth picking on a vintage flat-top guitar, and wry sense of humor. He’ll be performing songs that tell the stories of cowboys, sailors, soldiers, miners, adventurers, and drifters. That fits with Hank’s life story: he has been an underground miner, a professional soldier, shanty-man on a square-rigged sailing ship, wrangler for a high-country outfitter, and a world traveler. Those experiences make Hank’s music ring with a special authenticity.
Here are a couple of videos of Hank in action:
Historical Society members and the general public are welcome to attend this free event.
SeaTac City Hall is located at 4800 S 188th Street in SeaTac. Parking is free.
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