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Will Kruger / Bio

Guitarist, singer/songwriter and entertainer. Will's been pick'n and singing since the age of 14. He brings a unique sense of clarity and a strong emphasis to the lyrical content of his selection of songs. His musical roots go back to the folk era where influence from the likes of Peter Paul & Mary, Simon & Garfunkel, John Denver and James Taylor have shaped his musical style.
Will has spent 25 years as a professional entertainer playing in coffee houses, restaurants, clubs festivals, and libraries in and around northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin.
Will has always been attracted to the simplicity, message and melodies of folk music accompanied by the acoustic guitar. He has toured the Midwest from North Platte Nebraska to Green Bay Wisconsin with the group "Folk In The Road,"
His compassion for the music of John Denver has inspired Will to perform a "Tribute To John Denver" which he has showcased in the Northern Illinois area.
As a solo artist Will has performed at various house concerts, libraries, conservation events, coffee houses and auditoriums. He has shared the stage with CCM legend Randy Stonehill. More recently Will has been recognized as a significant songwriter and has had four of his songs featured in the Lazarus Filmworks production of "God Where Are You" He is also a featured performer in Nashville a number of times a year. For Tin Pan South in April and more recently in Jan 2014 to play at Mike Wolfe’s American Pickers store Antique Archaeology. As well as a guest spot at Music City Smoke House in Nashville.
His hope is that through the music he plays you are entertained and your sprit touched.

General Info

Band Members
Will Kruger
Artist Name
Will Kruger
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/willkruger
Genres
Singer Songwriter / Folk / Inspirational

Contact Info

Location
Spring Grove, IL

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  • John Denver
  • James Taylor
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  • Paul Simon
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