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Songwriting Workshop

In November I was one of four artists invited to present workshops for the high school students at the Maine Coast Waldorf School in Freeport , ME. I had 13 students, all very well prepared to work on their songwriting…

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Tom Dews at Luthiers Co-Op!

I'll be at Luthiers Co-Op in Easthampton, MA on May 26, 7:00 -7:30 PM. Luthiers, both an instrument shop and venue, is a great place to play. See details on my calendar notes. Folks have asked me about a new…

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House Concert in Takoma Park!!

I'm the featured performer in a House Concert at the Ritchie Ave. Cultural Center in Takoma Park, MD, 8:00 PM on Sept. 19, 2015.

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Tell Me About Your Song interviews tom Dews!

Jacob Haller, creator of the podcast, Tell Me About Your Song, interviewed Tom about his song, Time's Just a River at the Northeast Regional Folk Alliance Conference in November 2014. Click on link below: http://yoursongpodcast.tumblr.com/post/105874726915/episode-39-of-tell-me-about-your-song-features

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New CD Arrives Shortly!

ALL THE MERCIES, my new CD, featuring nine new songs and an older instrumental, will be shipped from factory in the next few days. It's been a long time in the making, and those involved in the production are in…

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MASC "Silver" for Dews Tune

My song, "Bread Out Of Stones" won Silver in the Mid-Atlantic Song Contest Vocal/Jazz Blues category! Gold and Silver winners were invited to perform at the Association's Gala at Jammin Java in Vienna, VA on Jan. 19, and I enjoyed…

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New CD Shaping Up

I'm working hard now trying to finish up on a ten song collection, "Loves Cane Syrup". The name was suggested by my children - they were trying to think of how to describe their Dad, and I have always preferred…

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TPFF Showcase Winner

Tom Dews won the Takoma Park Folk Festival Emerging Artists Showcase in 2005, and fans are still discovering that award winning performance on cable TV broadcasts. You can see a clip of it on You Tube!