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Monroe "Monk" Lewis has played the saxophone since the 1960s with famous beach bands across the South including the Casuals, the Fabulous Five, the Note-tations and many others. He was inspired by none other than the legendary Boots Randolph and now pays tribute by per...

Our second season opens and closes with the host band for The Danbury Songwriters. 

The Traveling Danburys (Bruce Burgess, John Hartman, Rebecca Dresser, Skip Staples, and Kay Richey) always have a great t...

Two-time Grammy® Award Winners, Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer are master musicians with a career spanning over 35 years. Their superb harmonies are backed by instrumental virtuosity on the guitar, five-string banjo, ukulele, mandolin, cello-banjo, and many other instrument...

A few months ago my friend, Skip Staples, approached me with what sounded like a fun little project; build a website for a music performance production and promotion group ... at least that's what I would call The Danbury Songwriters thing he described to me. Skip says...

Carrying his Hanging Rock home inside a busted 1953 Gibson flattop, Joshua Shelton stirs flatpicking, folk, & soulful country sounds into one cast iron cauldron of sonic satisfaction.  Josh’s music is familiar, fresh, and sure to satisfy the most ravenous aural appetit...

Jack Benedict cannot avoid the music. He listens to almost everything.  Acoustic music, however, has always been his true north. A gifted luthier as well, Jack considers himself a guitar builder who accidentally writes songs and plays only his own handmade instruments....

Bruce Burgess arrived in Danbury 20 years ago as an established graphic artist and banjo-picker extraordinaire. In addition to traditional banjo styles Bruce is best known for his jazz, blues, & rock improvisation and pushing the limits of what people imagine from a ba...

Rebecca writes and sings songs that she can deliver with honesty, soul, and passion. Her songs are sometimes from personal experience, but they always stem from her knowledge of humanity. She enjoys the intimacy in performing as a singer-songwriter but also enjoys the...

In the few and brief spaces between love and marriage, farming and child rearing, and the realities of work mixed in with life, Kay Richey and John Hartman play music. String Soup is sometimes just us and sometimes includes others ... like soup. We enjoy lots of kinds...

Skip Staples first became interested in music when Elvis arrived in 1956 and he has played and performed consistently ever since then. Skip’s influences include folk, country, bluegrass, R&B, and rock and roll. Skip often writes personal songs that include humor or iro...

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