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7:30 pm showtime. "When I'm 64" Birthday Bash" Join the party for COMFORT FOOD’s Vicki Ingle with emcee Lilli Kuzma, radio host of WDCB’S FOLK FESTIVAL. Two of these acts reprise from their homerun Prine Tribute show (10/19/13). Add Milano & Benischek, and Dvorak (FARM’s 2013 Lantern Bearer Award recipient), and this promises to be...crazy-good! It’s music, frolic, fun, and birthday cake for one low price!
Folk Festival's annual "Holiday Hoot" Sat., Dec. 8, 2012 In the "Commons" of the Student Services Center at College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn, IL 1 to 6 p.m. Continuous live performances by outstanding folk artists, including: Amy Dixon-Kolar, Bittersweet Christmas Band, Sue Fink, Patti Ecker, Dean Milano, and many more TBA! Holiday treats and other refreshments - raffles - Mrs. Claus on site! Be part of the studio audience for a taping to be aired on WDCB! Invitations will go to eligible WDCB donors soon. Others can gain admission with a $10 donation to WDCB in advance or $12 at the door. For more information, contact Lilli Kuzma at LKupbeat@aol.com
Folk You! songwriter round robin, 8 - 10 PM http://folkyou.org
Folk You! songwriter round robin, hosted by and featuring Larry O. Dean.
Date change. Thanks, James
Label: Kira Records
Bio: After 40 years of writing music, I finally decided it was time to buckle down and put together an album and my first CD- Songs About Stuff, was the result.
The styles of my music range from folk, country, rock, ballads, latin, bluegrass, pop and novelty songs.
I’ve been lucky enough to have h...See Full Bio
“Veteran Chicago storyteller, author and songwriter Dean Milano has crafted an album full of characters with stories to tell, and Milano tells them articulately and with feeling á la Canadian songsmith Gordon Lightfoot or American treasure Paul Simon… A sense of humor is essential equipment for a folksinger, and Dean Milano has more than his share… Like much of his music, Milano seems reluctant to leave the past behind, and perhaps it's that sorrowful realization of time marching on that informs his music more than any other emotion.”