Local folk musician John Sidle began his journey in New England. It was there he witnessed many legendary artists like Bob Dylan and Joan Baez deliver performances he would never forget. Fast forward several decades and Sidle is now an elder statesman of Jackson’s music scene.
Sidle is a former member of the Stagecoach band and an integral part of The Hootenanny—a weekly musical series gathering Jackson-based talent to perform in front of the Tetons at Dornan’s, a local bar and restaurant just outside the entrance of Grand Teton National Park.
In advance of his “Folk Café” event at the Silver Dollar, Sidle joined KHOL to discuss his formative years in Boston, long tenure as a Hootenanny regular and deep love for western music.
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