Special Encore Appearance by Eugene Wolf
at Depot Street Farmers Market’s
farm to fork event:
Abundant Harvest Dinner
August 10, 6-9 pm
on the Terrace at The General Morgan Inn
EUGENE WOLF is an entertainer. From Greeneville. He won his first talent contest at the Capitol Theater in 1957 at the age of 2 and has been entertaining ever since. He was raised by his grandmother, Bernice Rader, who took him along with her to perform while she sold Avon to the lucky ladies. That’s where he honed his skills.
For the past 20 years he has been a member of Barter Theatre’s Acting Company and a member of the country singing duo Brother Boys, who, along with Dolly Parton are featured prominently on the new compilation CD, “On Top Of Old Smoky: New Old Time Smoky Mountain Country Music”.
He made his movie debut in THE CURSE, directed by David Keith. He appeared in BOX OF MOONLIGHT with John Turturro and Sam Rockwell and on television as A. P. Carter in the PBS documentary, WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN and the BBC’s LOST HIGHWAY. He created the role for Barter Theatre’s KEEP ON THE SUNNY SIDE.
It was clear from the start that music would provide his path in life. Eugene will perform a one- man show about growing up in Greeneville with his grandmother and how music fit into their plan to make him a romantic leading man. Or at least sell a couple of bottles of SkinSoSoft.