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Jeb and Jock Guthrie knew the first time they played a Simon and Garfunkel song that their voices blended effortlessly into that S & G signature sound — and the overwhelming audience reaction to their performances confirmed their feelings. Enjoy favorites including Sound of Silence, Homeward Bound, I Am a Rock, Mrs. Robinson, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Scarborough Fair and many more!
Jock has always been the guitar master, and Jeb the drummer dude. Many bands, among them the heavy-but-doomed Woeful Existence, the harmonious Antique Shoppe,the jazzy, horn-a-plenty Community, the sometimes psychedelic-jam band Steak Nite, and the almost famous On The Edge featured the two of them in this format. Once the brothers combined their two guitars and voices, they headed east and picked up a publishing deal on the way. After a successful five-year tour of the Northeast’s premier beer venues, the Guthrie Brothers struck out on their own and soon landed their big record deal.
This beautiful building has been in the community for over 50 years and has undergone many upgrades in that time. Brenda Lee, Mickey Rooney, Gene Watson, Stephen King and The Amazing Kreskin are just a few of the big names to hit our stage. In addition to nationally known artists, the Theater houses a wide variety of shows and events all year long ranging from musicians, comedians, and plays to speakers, religious and conference-style events. Throughout the year, The Cultural Center produces a variety of shows including Swingin’ on Mondays with the Charlotte County Big Band, the Charlotte County Concert Band and Cul-Cen Follies.