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Folksinger Dvorak returns to Wheaton music series March 11
WHEATON IL - The Acorn Coffeehouse at the Burning Bush Art Gallery, 216 N. Main Street, welcomes folksinger-songwriter Mark Dvorak back to its concert series on Saturday, March 11 at 8:00 pm.
“We’re well into our third season of presenting music at the Burning Bush Gallery,” said music coordinator Dona Benkert, who has been performing and producing events in the western suburbs for the last quarter century.
“Mark played our very first concert at the Burning Bush in 2014,” said Benkert, "and we’re excited to have him back."
The Burning Bush Gallery is located in a newly renovated 1890s house located right on Main Street in Wheaton.
“Dona and I go back a long time," said Dvorak. “She and her husband Dan have done a lot of important work in the folk community over the years. The Burning Bush is a warm and intimate listening space. It’s an ideal setting for acoustic music.”
Dvorak has recorded seventeen albums to date, including his acclaimed 2011 Waterbug release, Time Ain’t Got Nothin’ On Me. In 2012 he was honored with the FARM Lantern Bearer Award by Folk Alliance International, and in 2012 was also named “Chicago's official troubadour” by WFMT 98.7 fm Midnight Special host Rich Warren.
The Chicago Tribune has called him “masterful,” and the Fox Valley Folk Festival describes him as “a living archive of song and style.” In 2013 he published his second collection of essays and poetry, “Bowling for Christmas & Other Tales from the Road.”
The concert series is sponsored by the Folk-Lore Center. General admission is $10. For information phone 630 393 1247. Reservations and further information on the Acorn Coffeehouse can be found at www.acorncoffeehouse.com.
For more information visit Mark Dvorak on the web at www.markdvorak.com.
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