• To participate in the Denver Area Performing Arts community by providing a venue where music-lovers can gather, socialize and see great acoustic-based singer-songwriters and musicians perform
• To support traveling-through-town performing artists with an environment where they can have an intimate performance with a listening audience
*Note all shows are supported by guest donations to the artist. All of the guest donations for the artist go directly to the artist.
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Singer-songwriter, Dwight Mark, began his musical career in Chicago as a leader of the band Blues Express. Prior to his move to Colorado in 1996, he purchased a mandolin and dobro and began studying bluegrass music. Once in Colorado, Dwight quickly adapted the mandolin and bottleneck slide dobro guitar into contemporary folk and pop music while taking them along to travels around the world and 35 of America’s National Parks. With his CD release, Soul’s Engines, Dwight shares his stories of his move to Colorado, his travels, and the relationships along the way. Dwight’s heartfelt and soulful performances are played on guitars, mandolins, Portuguese guitarras, ukulele, and a rare Weissenborn Hawaiian slide guitar built in the 1920's. Acoustic Guitar Magazine’s Andy Volk says, “Dwight’s vibrant, richly textural arrangements and soaring vocals describe a crossroads where acoustic, folk, rock, and pop meet in songs that celebrate the beauty of nature and the unbridled joy of the groove.”
Dwight hosted 35 house concerts in his former home in Denver with his Highlands House Concerts series. He has since moved west of Denver and started the Crown Hill House Concert series.