John Stano

John Stano

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Folk - Americana | Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Total Song Plays: 373   
Member Since: 2012
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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The trademark of singer/songwriter, John Stano's individual sound is a compelling mix of six string, twelve string, National steel slide guitar, rack harmonica and expressive vocals, developed over many years of performance and study. Initially self-taught, John went on to study American fingerstyle guitar at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music and harmonica with national blues legend, Jim Liban. 'Sing Out' compared John's music to early Bob Dylan while 'Dirty Linen' was reminded of Country Joe McDonald. A skillful use of language adds spark to his lyrics. John Stano was a 'Big Top Chautauqua Songwriter of the Year Finalist for 2010' and performed his songs under the big top. After winning a regional competition, John represented Wisconsin in the solo/duo category at the '2012 International Blues Challenge' held on historic Beale Street in Memphis,TN. His song 'From A Rusty Cadillac' was featured on NPR's 'Car Talk.' John also teaches music in the schools and from a private studio.


Latest News

John wrote the instrumental soundtrack and for a documentary on Wisconsin's role in the Civil War which aired on public television. He recorded and performed all the instrumentals on guitar, banjo, high-strung guitar, mountain dulcimer and harmonica.
John Stano is pleased and honored to announce that in November he was awarded first place at the '2012 Wisconsin Singer Songwriter Series Songwriting Competition.' Songs from his latest CD, 'Caribou Bar & Grill' helped him earn this honor.


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J Nelson K posted over 30 days ago to John Stano


John, Growing' Up The Only Brand New Car Our Family Ever Owned Was A '61 Pontiac Catalina ... It Was A Good One ... Had Others Along The Way And In High School I Drove A '65 GTO Convertible With A 389 Tri-Power, 4-Speed Posi Rear With Ladder Bars & Cragar Mags ... (:>o) ... Your "Pontiac's No More" Is A Killer Song With Powerful Energy And A Great Thought-Provoking Lyric ... Loved It ... Best Wishes For Wherever Life & The Music May Lead You ... J Nelson K

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mingbucibei5409715 posted over 30 days ago


like the song
bought the album


Susan Witzel posted over 30 days ago


Love Pontiacs No More. I keep listening to it. Very catchy.


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