Singer/songwriter Dawn Larsen has been described as “part Patty Griffin… part Todd Snider…part Linda Ronstadt…ALL honest, soulful lyrics combining Americana, alt-Country, Blues, and Folk musical styles while exploring life as a progressive hillbilly girl living in the deep south.”
Dawn grew up in the Ozarks amid lots of mountain music, arts, storytelling, beautiful hills and rivers. She taught herself to play guitar at 13. At a family gathering at about that age, after she had finished singing and was taking a break, her mother pulled her aside and asked, “Don’t you know anything besides death and dying music?” She has played small venues in six states for nearly ten years. She’s proud to play Americana music, which is full of “death and dyin,” an integral part of the human condition.
She has most recently performed in festivals including: Nashville Women’s Work 2019; St. Lou Fringe; Greensboro Fringe; Cincy Fringe; and Atlanta Fringe 2019. She won the 13th annual Rockhouse Songwriting Competition, was the 2019 artist in residence at Table Rock State Park SC, and just recently released her second CD of original music, Hillbillyland. You can find her music on iTunes, Spotify, Google Music, CDbaby.com, and Amazon music, as well as others.
|September 21, 2019 2:00 pm||Saturday Troubadour Stage|