Saturday, July 27 – 14th Huntington Folk Festival (in collaboration with Folk Music Society of Huntington) – Loudon Wainwright III – Few songwriters have laid out their lives in song as graphically as Loudon Wainwright III. By chronicling his years from post-adolescence to senior citizenry in real time, he’s not only pushed the boundaries of confessional songwriting but allowed those with somewhat more stable lives to live vicariously through his trysts, marriages, divorces, inebriated episodes, quest for success, and bad-dad issues. 2010 GRAMMY Winner (Best Traditional Folk Album) for High Wide & Handsome: The Charlie Poole Project (with two previous GRAMMY nominations: I’m Alright, 1985 and More Love Songs, 1986). “Mr. Wainwright has proved to be far and away the most candid diarist among the singer-songwriters who… brought confessional poetry into popular song… [he] wrings more human truth out of his contradiction than any other songwriter of his generation.” – New York Times, Stephen Holden Daughter Lucy Wainwright Roche, will open. Born with music in her genes, Lucy has been perfecting her craft for as long as she can remember. With a niche for wry lyrics and gift of mysteriously beautiful vocals, Lucy leaves fans with no doubts that her music is her own, regardless of her family’s legacy.