Mark Dvorak is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, song writer, and story teller of legendary repute, and he's a member of the teaching staff at Chicago's Old Town School of Music. We have met him, heard him, and gotten to know him at various mid-western music conferences, and we are truly looking forward to our first collaboration.
The show's presenter, Foundry Hall, is a regular stop for nationally touring acoustic mucians and songwriters. The organization promotes the creative arts including music, literature, dance, visual arts, and film. They present their concerts in a variety of venues around South Haven and the Liberty Hyde Bailey Museum looks like a wonderful spot for acoustic music.
June Preview: We are celebrating the 40 year anniversary of our first performance together with our first band, AMARYLLIS, and our first band mate, Steve Reeths, with a special concert. More about this next month. It's gonna be a blast.
"What a show--great musicianship, great songs, and Ruth's voice just melts over the crowd like butter on a biscuit...delicious! Let's do it again!" — Terry Grannis, Zellie's Opry House
"Turn Back A Page - Real songs with real emotions, great instrumental work, superb harmonies and one of the best female vocalists in the business (Ruth, of course!). This CD is pure listening pleasure."" — Al Kniola, Host, The Back Porch, 88.1 WVPE Public Radio
"This band has a growing devoted following here in the Midwest, but the music I heard and the performance I saw are of a caliber that deserves to be seen on the best national stages!”" — Phil Doolittle, Paint Creek Comfy Concerts