Zac Sokolow – Concert Hour
December 1 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm PSTfree
LIVE at the Howard Brubeck Theatre! Back on Stage and In Person!
Palomar Performing Arts Proudly Presents
Every Thursday at 1pm
Join us every Thursday at the Howard Brubeck Theatre on the San Marcos Campus for a FREE LIVE Concert Hour Performance at the Howard Brubeck Theatre on the Palomar College Campus, San Marcos. Palomar Performing Arts is excited to open its doors to our students, staff and community members for our Free Concert Hour Series in person every Thursday at 1pm LIVE on the Howard Brubeck Theatre Stage.
Concert Hour is a FREE music enrichment series presented for our students and the community by the Palomar College Performing Arts Department.
Parking is Free in lots 1 & 15 during Concert Hour.
Zac Sokolow plays banjo and fiddle and sings, playing a combination of old-time ballads, gospel songs, blues, fiddle tunes and banjo instrumentals.
Coming from a family of American folk musicians going back at least four generations, Zac started out playing music as a child for all kinds of social functions along side his father, Fred Sokolow. While spending years working as a furniture mover, construction worker, handyman, Zac busked all over the streets of Los Angeles, often playing with fellow Los Angeles old-time musicians Frank Fairfield and Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton.
Zac went on to tour the world with Frank Fairfield and with Los Angeles roots-rock band The Americans. He performed at such notable festivals as Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Hyde Park Festival, Stockholm Americana Festival, Bristol Rhythm and Roots, appeared on NPR’s Tiny Desk concerts, BBC’s American Epic documentary, recorded with Jack White and T Bone Burnett, and worked in musical diplomacy on behalf of the Department of State, performing around South-East Asia, Europe, and North Africa.