Dennis Warner, a perennial Last Minute Folk audience favorite will open the Spring 2015 season of LMF.
Recognized for his crafty wit and skillful musicianship, Folk/Americana musician Dennis Warner captivates audiences in over 100 cities each year with his smooth vocals and six and twelve string guitars. He is also a popular guest speaker at various community gatherings throughout the country. Warner’s credits include appearing on numerous regional television and radio programs as well as NPR’s “Great Acoustics, Live!” and “River City Folk”. Dennis has recorded nine CDs and is the author of the popular children’s book Beads on One String. (www.warnersongs.com)
From performing at Carnegie Hall to being featured in Ken Burn’s PBS documentaries, such as “The National Parks,” and “The Dust Bowl,” Dana and Susan have been playing their trademark brand of “new-time, old-time music” for nearly twenty years. Accompanying themselves on the fiddle, guitar, banjo and mandolin they bring fresh harmonies and impeccable craftsmanship to their performances that draw the listener close to the heart of Appalachia and beyond. Dana’s original songs reflect the essence of rural America and their concerts are virtual road-trips across North America. (www.robinsongs.com)