“First Folk’n Tuesdays” Continues with Senie Hunt and Dean Harlem

The second installment of First Folk’n Tuesdays is upon us. On December 3rd, two fantastic artists, Senie Hunt and Dean Harlem, will show off their respective brands of folk music. The music will kick off at 7pm at WSCA’s Button Factory Stage in Portsmouth. Admission is by donation, so come on out and give what you can!

Dean Harlem is an Americana, roots and country Singer/Songwriter based out of Epping, New Hampshire. His Journey began in New Jersey, which he left after high school to hitchhike the U.S. chasing after the spirit of Woody Guthrie. He cut his teeth as a performer playing on the street in San Francisco for tips, sometimes playing for up to 8 hours a day.

Senie Hunt is a self-taught, singer-songwriter and percussive guitarist based in Concord, New Hampshire. Adopted from Sierra Leone at age 5 during the brutal Diamond Wars, Senie brought with him an inherent passion for West African rhythms and percussion. As a young boy, Senie and twin sister Sentho used djembe drumming as a creative outlet to process the traumas of their early childhood.

First Folk’n Tuesdays
December 3rd, 2019 | 7pm
Button Factory Stage
909 Islington Street
Portsmouth, NH