Free concert at Warner Library April 18

An Evening with Adam Miller – Storyteller and Folksinger

CLINTON – The Vespasian Warner Public Library District in Clinton will host a free concert by Adam Miller on Thursday, April 18 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.. Legendary folksinger, storyteller and autoharp virtuoso, Adam Miller, will perform a concert of traditional folksongs and autoharp instrumentals.

One of the premier autoharpists in the world, Adam Miller is a renowned American folksinger and natural-born storyteller. Miller accompanies his rich, resonant baritone voice with lively finger-picking acoustic guitar and stunningly beautiful autoharp melodies. A masterful entertainer who never fails to get his audience singing along, he has distinguished himself as one of the great interpreters of American folksongs and folktales, and as a performer who appeals to audiences of all ages.

Traveling 70,000 miles a year, this 21st-century troubadour performs over 200 concerts annually, from the Everglades to the Arctic Circle. Over 1.5 million American K-12 students have attended his Singing Through History! school assembly programs. He has performed in over 2,000 American public libraries in 48 states.

The concert will be held at the Vespasian Warner Public Library District, located at 310 N. Quincy Street in Clinton.  The event is free and open to the public.  RSVPs may be made by calling Marie at 217-935-5174, but they are not required.

The Vespasian Warner Public Library District strives to be a welcoming place that meets the diverse needs of its communities through high-quality resources and supportive services to stimulate and facilitate creativity, curiosity and learning. For more information, visit


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