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John Egenes

Sun Apr 10th, 2022

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John Egenes
Sunday, April 10, 2022

Starts 7:30 pm

John Egenes is very much a part of the legacy handed down by the songwriters of the American southwest. Hailing from New Mexico, Egenes continues to deliver catchy tunes and insightful lyrics along with his considerable multi‐instrumental expertise.
Not just a fine guitar player, he is a first class multi-instrumentalist, playing dobro, mandolin, bass, mandola, pedal steel, fiddle, lap steel, piano, accordion, mandocello, banjo, and lesser known instruments such as Theremin, autoharp, and musical saw. He has performed and recorded with a range of artists that includes Eliza Gilkyson, Bill & Bonnie Hearne, Tish Hinojosa, Gary P. Nunn, Jono Manson, Jaime Michaels, The Buckarettes, and has shared stages with Pete Seeger, Guy Clarke, Lyle Lovett, Nanci Griffith, Townes van Zandt, Kevin Welch, Lynn Anderson, Jerry Jeff Walker, Greg Brown, Leo Kotke, Iris Dement and Bonnie Raitt and a long list of others.
John has planted his country roots in New Zealand, with credits that include work with Donna Dean, Marlon Williams, The Verlaines, David Kilgour, Delaney Davidson, Jenny Mitchell, The Sami Sisters, Robert Scott, The Bats, Anthony Ritchie, Tami Neilson, Mel Parsons, Tiny Lies, Eb & Sparrow, Bill Morris, King Leo LaDell, The Chaps, The Eastern, and Bob McNeill.
Besides being a formidable songwriter and performer, he is a master saddlemaker, composes music for upper level dressage freestyles, and spends evening hours studying the stars through his telescope. He holds a Doctorate in Studio Production and lectures in contemporary music and technology at the University of Otago in Dunedin, where he is currently immersed in the study of digital culture and its relationships to the folk process. He is doing his best to drag folk music into the twenty‐first century.
If you’re looking to find out what Americana music is all about, check out what this guy does

$10 public

acoustic/solo, country/folk

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