A skilled craftsman and respected musician, Wayne Henderson’s top-notch finger-picking is a source of great pleasure and pride to his friends, family, and neighbors in southern Virginia; his guitar playing has also been enjoyed at Carnegie Hall, in three national tours of “Masters of the Steel-String Guitar”, and in seven nations in Asia and in European Countries as well as at the University of California at Berkeley. In addition to his reputation as a guitarist, Henderson is a luthier (builder of string instruments) of great renown and has taught guitar making in various colleges in Virginia (at Ferrum), in California, North Carolina, Washington State and in West Virginia. Wayne’s guitars have been featured in a display at the Taubman Museum in Roanoke. Wayne has built instruments for many well known musicians ranging in style from Doc Watson to Eric Clapton. He is a recipient of a 1995 National Heritage Award presented by Hillary Clinton for the National Endowment for the Arts at the White House. Wayne is almost as well-known for the mandolins he has made. Reservations are a must due to limited seating. Admission is free but a charitable donation will be accepted for The Junior Appalachian Musicians (JAM) Foundation. Call The Glebe at 540 592 2101 to reserve a seat.