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Airplay Update

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MD’s 2015 release “Back Home,” continues to receive airplay across the country. Get in touch here to request your free promotion copy. 

Thank you Folks!


  • John Rumsey, “Four Strong Winds,” Nevada City CA
  • Bill Revill, Acoustic Blender,” WESU, Middletown CT
  • Kevin Elliot, WEFT, Champaign IL
  • Dan Kugler, “Somebody Else’s Troubles,” WLUW, Chicago IL
  • Rich Warren, Midnight Special, WFMT, Chicago IL
  • Lilli Kuzma, “Folk Festival,” WDCB, Glen Ellyn IL
  • Jim Fisher, WGCS, Goshen IN
  • Taylor Caffery, “Hootenanny Power,” WRKF, Baton Rouge, LA
  • Michael Kane, WBRS, Waltham MA
  • Maggie Ferguson, “The Old Front Porch Radio Show,” WXOU, Auburn Hills, MI

Canton Daily Ledger

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Dvorak headlining Hickory Ridge

LEWISTOWN - Hickory Ridge Concerts welcomes Chicago’s official troubadour Mark Dvorak, to the Lewistown Visitor’s Center on Saturday, January16 at 7:00 pm. The Center is located at 222 S. Main Street, Lewistown. 

When the singer-songwriter began his career in music, he knew right away he was in it for the long haul. Thirty-four years later, “Back Home,” his latest release on Ten Fingers, marks an important milestone.

“At this stage of the game,” said Dvorak, “I feel like I’m doing my best work. ‘Back Home’ has a lot of variety and is a sampling of what I like to do before a live audience.”

Just Something My Grandma Used to Sing

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FRANKLIN WI - The Franklin Public Library welcomes Chicago’s “official troubadour” Mark Dvorak to its performance series on Wednesday, January 20 at 6:30 pm. The library is located at 9229 W. Loomis Road, Franklin.

Dvorak will present “Just Something My Grandma Used to Sing,” an autobiographical program of songs and stories.

“My grandma used to sing all time, around the house and on car rides,” said Dvorak. “She was also in Sweet Adelienes group in the 1950s and knew lots of old songs from the 30s and 40s. Over the years I’ve been adding arrangements of these classics to my repertoire.”

Once I Had an Old Banjo

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MUNDELEIN IL - The Fremont Public Library welcomes Chicago’s “official troubadour” Mark Dvorak to its performance series on Wednesday, January 13 at 7:00 pm. The library is located at 1170 N. Midlothian Road, Mundelein.

Dvorak will present “Once I Had an Old Banjo,” a program that explores the origin and evolution of the uniquely American instrument, the five-string banjo.

“The banjo has been one of my favorite instruments even though I don’t play one at all,” said Jan Oblinger Adult Program Coordinator at Fremont Library. “Mark is always a hit with our patrons, and we’re so excited he’ll be joining us to kick off the new year.”

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