Stoughton Opera Hosts Dan Tyminski Band

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Stoughton Opera, Wisconsin will play The Dan Tyminski Band - Bluegrass Music’s Renaissance Man on Friday, Oct 16, at 7:30 pm.

“I feel and believe every word and note he sings. ?Dan reminds me of what honesty, purity ?and great singing is all about.” — Dolly Parton

Many people know Dan Tyminski as the Grammy-winning singing voice behind George Clooney’s character in the hit film O Brother, Where Art Thou? Others recognize him as the ace guitarist/mandolinist in Alison Krauss’s Union Station band for the past 13 years.

What’s clear is that Dan is a performer at the very top of his profession, thanks to abundant talent, steady creativity, and a personality that’s as outgoing and friendly offstage as on. Dan Tyminski just may be the closest thing bluegrass music has to a Renaissance man; a mandolin player, guitarist, recording engineer, producer, and a vocalist who can switch from delicate harmonies to fiery, hard-edged leads at the drop of a hat.

Other band members are Adam Steffey, Barry Bales, Justin Moses, Ron Stewart, and Tim Austin. This is an evening not be missed whether or not you are a bluegrass fan. --

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