Guitarist Charles Tunstall to perform on Thursday, Jan. 31

Posted on 15 January 2013 by

Charles Tunstall, right, will be joined by his wife, Susan, for the performance.

A variety of musical styles will be featured in a performance by guitarist Charles Tunstall on Thursday, Jan. 31, at Tusculum College.

“Charles Tunstall’s World of Guitar, Season Two” program will begin at 6 p.m. in the lobby of the Thomas J. Garland Library on campus.

Featured during the performance will be classical pieces, popular music, show tunes and sacred music. Tunstall will also be performing two of his own arrangements and one original composition. He will be joined by his wife, Susan, who will sing a couple of numbers as well as accompany him on the stand-up or “doghouse” bass.

Tunstall, reference and instructional services librarian at Tusculum, has more than 50 years of playing experience. He is primarily self-taught but has been mentored by a number of  individuals.

Though preferring to entertain as a solo act, Tunstall has played in a variety of bands over the years.  He emerged from a country-bluegrass background and now enjoys learning and playing music in a variety of styles and from different musical periods and genres. His guitar idols include Christopher Parkening, Chet Atkins, Rick Foster and Charlie Byrd.  He has personally met Parkening and Byrd.

Charles Tunstall

Admission is free.  Light refreshments will be served. The program is an arts and lecture event for Tusculum students.

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