Dennis Warner in Concert; Belinda Underwood opens
Performing in over 100 cities each year, Folk/Americana musician and entertainer Dennis Warner has established a well-deserved reputation for captivating audiences with his smooth vocals, distinguished songs, enthusiastic personality and stellar playing on both six and twelve string guitars. He has also found a niche as a popular guest speaker at various community gatherings throughout the United States and Canada.
For his songwriting talents, Dennis Warner was honored with an invitation to perform in concert at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Other accolades include being a three-time New Folk finalist for songwriting at the internationally acclaimed Texas based Kerrville Folk Festival, co-founded by legendary performer Peter Yarrow (Peter, Paul & Mary). Dennis has also appeared multiple times at Nashvilles famed writers club, The Bluebird Café.
Besides his original music, Warner is widely admired for his moving interpretations of songs written by others. Fan favorites include Don't Laugh at Me, The Garden Song (Inch by Inch) and Homegrown Tomatoes. Many also know Dennis for his viral YouTube video I'm My Own Grandpa with over three quarter of a million hits.
Portland-based composer and multi-instrumentalist Belinda Underwood sings original tales about life on Earth, while playing the Kamaka baritone ukulele and Moog keyboard bass pedals with her feet. Belinda got her early musical training in Classical violin and Jazz upright bass, then spent her adult years continuing musical studies around the world, picking up other instruments along the way. She artfully blends the musical elements of her training along with folk and world music influences to create a sound uniquely her own. A believer in music without the borders created by genres, Belinda writes equally passionately about love and human evolution as she does trees and animals, using a clever wit to reveal the interconnectedness of all things
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