Dennis Warner Career Highlights:
* 10 CD's Released
* Featured In Concert at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
* Author of Beads on One String (Sixth Printing)
* Kerrville Folk Festival (Three-Time New Folk Finalist)
* Radio, TV and Mor
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Dennis Warner continues to tour all 50 states and beyond averaging 100+ dates a year. Folk DJ named him one of the top artists of 2012 and listed Seeds as one of the top CD’s of that year. Midnight Special host Rich Warren designated Seeds as his “CD Pick of the Week” on his nationally syndicated show.
Warner is a two-time McKnight Foundation Artist Award winner and three-time Kerrville finalist. 2018 was a big year for Dennis. He was invited to the RoundGlass Music Awards in NYC celebrating “Enlightened musicians from around the globe who create music to make the world a better place.” He was also honored to perform for the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Toronto, where 7,500 attendees representing 220 different faiths from around the planet gathered finding ways to coexist in our diverse world.
Besides his original music, Warner is widely admired for his moving interpretations of songs written by others. Fan favorites include Don't Laugh at Me, The Garden Song (Inch by Inch) and Homegrown Tomatoes. Many also know Dennis for his viral YouTube video I'm My Own Grandpa with over three-quarter of a million hits.
Other credits: Hosting Jammin' with Dennis Warner, broadcast by many public radio affiliates. He has appeared on numerous regional television and radio programs as well as NPR’s Great Acoustics, Live! and River City Folk. Warner has also been featured on WBAI's syndicated Radio Unnamable with Bob Fass (New York City), Minnesota Public Radio’s Radio Heartland and in concert on the internationally syndicated Soundstage from Chicago.
Besides being a gifted musician, Dennis Warner is also an outstanding entertainer, cleverly blending ballads, up-tempo songs, audience participation and humor into a memorable event. He is noted for his warm stage presence and ability to connect with his audience.
Though he calls Minnesota home, Warner loves to travel and has visited every state, touring solo and also with his band “the D’s”. 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 listening to a Minnesota Twins baseball game. On a good day, he's doing all three.