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Intimate Listening Room ~ Food + Drink available
Seattle's Favorite Storied Watering Hole in Beautiful Ballard - Food / Drink available
BECKETT FEST @ COUTH BUZZARD BOOKS/ESPRESSO ~ Original Songs, Stand-up Comedy, Poetry, Skits and more. Curated by Singer/Songwriter/Punster Scott Katz. Performers include: Scott Katz, Andy Forrest, Ron Dalton & Peggy Sullivan, Matt Price, Jenifer Lawrence, Nancy K. Dillon, David Thornbrugh, Mark Ouellette, Farida Dowler, David Brody, D'Vorah Kost & Meg Savlov and others. Free. Donations Encouraged.
Nancy K Dillon Workshop: "Using Social Media To Promote Your Music" ~ 11:00am ~ Workshop Room #2 ~ Richland Community Ctr ~ Howard Amon Park
Nancy K Dillon ~ Solo Set ~ 2:45pm ~ West Stage Tumbleweed Music Festival 2014 "Great Acoustic Music by the Banks of the Columbia River" Labor Day Weekend in Richland, WA. August 29-31, 2014 All Events Are Free Except for the Saturday Evening Concert and Sunday Dance Our festival takes place at Howard Amon Park along the banks of the beautiful Columbia River.
Nancy K Dillon
Sounds Like: Eliza Gilkyson, Lucinda Williams, Gillian Welch, Kevin Welch, Nanci Griffith
Label: Rose Rock Records
Bio: On her newest album, Roses Guide to Time Travel, Nancy K. Dillon maps the road West; the dusty highways that conjure up images like Kerouac’s road trips, traveling dustbowl carnivals, and free-spirited 70s hipsters. Inspired by Oklahoma & Texas troubadours Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, and Kevin W...See Full Bio
Nancy K. Dillon has a show on 12/12/2014 at 09:00 PM @ Egan's Ballard Jam House in Seattle, WA http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5e0d7h #concert
"Delivered in a clear and lovely voice, "No Goodbyes" quotes Townes Van Zandt. Come to think, 'Snowin' On Raton' could well be seen as a key to Dillon's concise and intelligent songs that open with a lament for America's lost innocence and, via trains and depots, driving into a storm, dancing in the desert, a murder ballad/ghost story, renewing neglected friendships, a hymn to Portland (OR) and the faint hopes of an aging rock star, closes with falling petals and a guttering candle."
Ask Nancy K. Dillon anything...
Q: Beautiful, sad song about America with an unsentimental ending... Thank you. kimball conant
A: Thanks Kimball !
Asked by anonymous. Answered on Sun Dec 15 2013All Questions