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The Chicago Tribune has called Mark Dvorak “masterful,” and the Fox Valley Folk Festival describes him as “a living archive of song and style.” In 2012, WFMT 98.7 fm Fine Arts Radio named him “Chicago’s official troubadour.”

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Mark Dvorak has given concerts in almost all of the United States and has made visits to Finland, Canada and Ireland. To date he has released seventeen albums of traditional and original music, including Waterbug’s acclaimed Time Ain’t Got Nothin’ On Me, and 2015’s independent release, Back Home.

Dvorak has won awards for children’s music, journalism, and was honored in 2008 with the Woodstock Folk Festival Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2013 he received the FARM Lantern Bearer Award from Folk Alliance International.

In 2013 he published his second collection of essays and poetry, Bowling for Christmas & Other Tales from the Road.

 contact

Mark tours coast to coast and welcomes all reasonable inquiries.

Mark Dvorak

PO Box 181, Brookfield IL 60513

mobile 312 315 4273  

direct 708 442 0823

markdv@aol.com

www.markdvorak.com

 listen

LIVE from WFMT Folk Stage • Ruben You Can Play Your Banjo • I Hate to See the Summer Go • It’ll Be Better (11:09)

It’s a Sin to Tell a Lie (3:16)

Someone to Watch Over Me (2:57)

Pueblo. Colorado (3:32)

Old Friends (3:28)

Over the Waterfall / Arkansas Traveler (2:48)

Once I Had an Old Banjo (2:40)

North Platte Nebraska - spoken word (11:09)

LIVE • One Couldn’t Run, One Couldn’t See (6:05)

 more

Request a physical CD

• Download a printable one sheet (2 sided)

• Other programs & workshops

Full bio here

Hi res photos here

Video links here

Stage plot here

Stay in touch • info@markdvorak.com • PO Box 181 • Brookfield IL 60513 • 312 315 4273