About Dan Weber
Award Winning songwriter Dan Weber has been described as “The Classic Mid-Life Overnight Sensation” after bursting onto the festival scene in 2010 to a standing ovation at the Sisters Folk Festival for his engaging set in the Dave Carter songwriting contest. Since then he’s toured extensively across the country becoming a rare 3 time finalist in the legendary Kerrville ‘New Folk’ competition, had 2 top finishes in the Woody Guthrie songwriting contest and in 2015 won the prestigious Winfield, Kansas ‘NewSong’ contest for Oh Woody, his anthemic tribute to Woody Guthrie, that rose to #2 on the Folk charts in 2015.
About Ed Haynes
In 1988 at the age of 24, before he'd ever had a paying gig, Ed Haynes went from playing open mics in San Francisco to recording a full-length album of original songs. The video for the lead-off track, the sardonic late cold-war era protest song I Want to Kill Everybody aired on MTV. Touring internationally to promote the album he's won life-long fans, at least a handful of them, in just about every single time zone in the western hemisphere. Countless songs and a handful of albums later (the never-released "lost" 2nd album, Poolside Phone, Snacking with a Vengeance, and the career spanning mostly live anthology A Smattering of Applause), he premiered a one-man autobiographical stage show A Man Walks Into a Bar: A Comedy with Songs in 2016.