John McEuen Celebrates Old Farmer’s Almanac In Its 225th Year
McEuen Joins Famous Friends To Lend Personal Insights In 2017 Edition
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (August 25, 2016) — The Old Farmer’s Almanac, North America’s oldest continuously published periodical, celebrates its 225th birthday, and award-winning producer, songwriter and a founding member of the internationally-known Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, John McEuen, is part of it. Recognized as “useful with a pleasant degree of humor,” the all-new 2017 Old Farmer’s Almanac welcomes John’s philosophical contribution as a natural fit.
“Readers of The Old Farmer’s Almanac come from all walks of life and communities, and with diverse interests,” says editor Janice Stillman. “There’s something in every Almanac—an article or fact—that touches someone young or old. John McEuen’s character and talents have the same kind of reach. We are pleased he lent his philosophies to this celebrated edition. John and his audience are a perfect complement to the Almanac.”
John appears among decorated guests Tom Brokaw and Mike Rowe, along with environmentalists, philanthropists, political dignitaries, Pulitzer prize winners and more in the chapter titled “A Colorful Collection of Candid Commentaries by 21st-Century Celebrities.”
Print versions of The 2017 Old Farmer’s Almanac are available via all major book and magazine outlets as well as Almanac.com/shop.
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