These three will share the stage, and each will feature some songs by Wisconsin songwriter LARRY PENN.
MARK DVORAK plays folk and blues on banjo and guitar – carrying on the tradition of stalwarts like the above-lauded Mr. Penn. “Mark is a charismatic performer with a spark of gentle passion that lights every concert hall and every greenway where he lifts his voice in celebration of the old songs. He has been called “a folk singer’s folk singer who follows unerringly in the footsteps of Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie,” and his song writing has been called “wondrous” and “profound.”
RICK HARRIS has been a working musician since the mid-1960s, first as a drummer in both rock and blues bands playing throughout the Midwest and more recently on guitar performing his own original vision of American roots music. He currently lives in Mineral Point and spends his days pursuing his two passions: songwriting and painting. Rick has released four CDs and his paintings are in private collections in both the U.S. and U.K.
BILL CAMPLIN is a regional singer-songwriter who takes this rare opportunity he offered himself to have a play date with 2 friends.
Please call 920-563-9391 to reserve.