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Hootenanny Cafe Mini Concerts
Folk, bluegrass, country, contemporary singer songwriters, etc....

The Hootenanny Cafe Mini Concerts features an outstanding artist every Sunday. Unlike most sets that offer one or two songs from a particular artist, this features one artist for a complete set. This is a great way for aficionados of folk music, bluegrass, contemporary singer songwriters, etc to hear some of today's exciting artists and really get an idea of what these wonderful people are all about. It's also a great way for venues that present live music to hear some of the best "hidden" talent in the country - a potential source for potential bookings.

The Hootenanny Cafe airs every Sunday at 9PM (est) on WTBQ. You can listen on:
- WTBQ.com
- 93.5FM in upstate NY
- 98.3FM in North Jersey and NY
- BellBuckleRadio.com

More about Hootenanny Cafe Mini Concerts
Capacity: The world

Contact and Location Info

Location: Online and on the radio, NY
Website: talentconnections.com/
Email

Calendar for Hootenanny Cafe Mini Concerts
Sunday
December 5
9:00 pm
to
10:30 pm
David Kleiner
Singer-Songwriter, Americana, and Folk/Traditional
Hootenanny Cafe Mini Concerts
Online and on the radio, NY   See Map
David Kleiner is an award-winning singer songwriter. His “Stand Up for Freedom” (co-written with Mick Choder) won the Philadelphia Songwriters’ Project’s Vote Festival award for best song. During David’s performance as winner of the Performing Songwriter Competition at the Avalon Folk Festival, the audience at that clothing optional event gave his song “That’s Why I Fight” a memorable standing ovation. David has recorded two studio CDs since his return to Philadelphia. Sing Out described his This Human Heart, as “all about intensity and passion.” Minor7th.com raved, “Words are magically transmuted into music.” France’s Cry of the Coyote named The News That’s Fit to Sing--his homage to the topical songwriters of the 1960s--among the year’s 5 best releases. David has headlined Philadelphia area venues including the Mermaid Inn and World Café Live Upstairs.

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