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I play bass guitar (currently a five string "MTD").
I've played in churches (I'm part of a folk group in a Catholic church at present), pubs - nasty and nice, concerts, coffee houses and assorted other environments.
I've played in duos, full bands (three, four, five piece) and other configurations. I've had the good fortune to be part of a number of recording sessions as well.
I play by ear and use chord charts frequently. I am learning to "read" but am at a beginner level in that regard.
There are very few types of music that I don't like. I've played rock, country, gospel, reggae, folk and even some classical at a semi-serious to pretty serious level.
I'm a sucker for a great melody, a cool riff or a worthwhile lyric. If all three elements converge in a song great; I will, however, settle for one or two of them. :-)
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Dan Root & Laura Dyck, wayward Mennonites and backroad travellers, make music from the mountains of Americana and the deep seas of East Coast folk. With fiddle, guitar, and mandolin, they carve out new songs and mine forgotten melodies, melding warm harmonies and fiery reels into spirited live performances.
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A little bit about Mennofolk
Welcome to Mennofolk, a site to explore folk art and music created by people from Mennonite backgrounds. Mennofolk is not just for Mennonites, but it is from Mennonites, a gallery of delightful sounds and sights to be offered to the world, which come out of our collective experience of faith, music, and Anabaptist values. (for more information on Anabaptists go to third way cafe)
Mennofolk does not try to limit the themes of the songwriters it embraces, and it includes all acoustic genres and instruments, as well as visual folk arts and crafts.
There have been Mennofolk locations across North America, each with a slightly different focus and form.
Register for Mennofolk
IMPORTANT: Performers listed in the performers section may appear at various Mennofolk festivals across the country. Please check the individual festival pages for listings of who will be performing at each location.
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Become a part of the website
We invite all performers to become a part of the website by submitting a listing to our online performer database, folkdata. By doing so, you will be visible to anyone who visits the site and will become part of what will become a large listing of Mennonite artists and performers.