Donna Dennihy / Edgy Folk

Donna Dennihy / Edgy Folk

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Folk - Contemporary | Sennett, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,390   
Member Since: 2013
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Donna Dennihy is a singer-songwriter who writes and performs in upstate New York. Her songs draw from a lifelong creative involvement in music and a love of songwriting. Donna's strong co-writing partnership with her bandmate, Edgy Folk's Jon Peterson spans over seventeen years and produced gems that can be heard on their cd Getting Warmer, 2008. Donna's songwriting has evolved into her own style of sweet, poignant songs with simplistic beauty, some humorous and insightful, with a few surprises. She released her first solo album Early Girl in December 2013.

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Chet Nichols posted over 30 days ago to Donna Dennihy / Edgy Folk


Hey Donna.....Love your songs....heartfelt and well-crafted...thanks for sharing....Chet

   
 
Hattie Wilcox Music posted over 30 days ago


Hi Donna--What a lyric, and what a delivery in your song, Harriet. I clicked on you when I read "edgy" folk and was surprised to see we have a song with the same title, Deep Down. Then I saw Harriet and was doubly-surprised since that's my given name. You were speaking to me in your song list. Terrific lyrics (Harriet) which would be impossible for many singers to deliver, but they roll right off your tongue. Wonderful chorus. For me, your vocals are reminiscent of Emmy Lou Harris, if you don't mind the comparison. She's recorded lots of edgy. All best, Hattie


J Nelson K posted over 30 days ago


Donna Dennihy, "Beautiful Mistake" ... Love The Timeless Lyric On That One ... Nice Work As I Imagine It Is A Live Crowd Favorite ... Best Wishes For Wherever Life & The Music "Growing Up A Tree" Or Anywhere Else Leads You ... J Nelson K


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