Dennis Warner's musical journey has brought him to all 50 states and beyond, earning him global recognition and a reputation for being an elite entertainer in the singer-songwriter genre. He is a two-time McKnight Foundation Artist Award winner and three-time finalist for the prestigious Kerrville Folk Festival songwriting awards. In 2015, his Beads on One Stringproject took on elementary school bullying head on, focusing on the positive effects of connectedness. His latest album, Pilot Me, debuted in 2020. Along with his original music, Warner is widely admired for his moving interpretations of songs written by others. He is known for his warm stage presence and ability to connect with audiences. On and off the stage, Dennis is personable and good-humored. When not working on his music, he can be found sailing, eating ice cream or perhaps listening to a Minnesota Twins baseball game. On a good day, he's doing all three.
This program is free of cost for NMM Members!
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Friday, February 18, 2022 at 6:00:00 PM UTC
NMM LIVE! | Dennis Warner
A live stream of this concert will be available to watch for free on our website. Please visit the NMM Live Video page to tune in if you cannot join us in person!
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
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