Lenny Wayne

Virtual Songwriters Showcase

Lenny Wayne originally hailed from the Pacific Northwest. Bob Dylan was the first artist's music he learned to play; however, he was greatly influenced by the country rock sound coming out of the San Francisco Bay area in the early seventies.

As a singer songwriter he has had the privilege of playing on stage several times at the Mountain Stage New Song Festival in West Virginia, the Subdued String Band Jamboree near Seattle, and Steel Bridge Festival in Wisconsin.

In addition to his own songs, he enjoys playing the music of Neil Young, Lucinda Williams, John Prine, Marshal Tucker, Jimmy Buffett, Michelle Shocked, Lyle Lovett, The Eagles, and many others."

This virtual exhibit is presented for free; however, donations are appreciated.

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