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Ten Fingers releases “Back Home"

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Folk Musician Dvorak back home with new CD

RIVERSIDE IL - When singer-songwriter Mark Dvorak 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.

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“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.”

Of the ten tracks on the disc, three of them were recorded live, at a WFMT 98.7 fm “Folk Stage” event in 2012: “Ruben You Can Play Your Banjo,” “I Hate to See the Summer Go,” and Dvorak’s rousing commentary, “It’ll Be Better.”

Community Concert Partnership

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Chicago folk musician debuts Community Concert Partnership in Bloomington-Normal July 8

BLOOMINGTON IL - When folk singer-songwriter Mark Dvorak began his career in music, he knew right away he was in it for the long haul. “For me, folk music has always been a part of our  shared history,” said Dvorak, who is based in Chicago. “But it also gives us a language we can use to express ourselves, and to let others know what we are thinking and what we are feeling.”

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“For years I’ve been trying to figure out a way to bring this music to more people. I’ve wanted to find the right situation where people can get into the songs, and also sustain myself as a touring musician,” he said.

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