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Basic info
Name A Fortnight's Song
Formed On
# of Members 4
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Contact/Booking info
Name Dan Kuchta
Phone 585-392-1668
E-mail dankuchta@gmail.com
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Description
A Fortnight's Song plays a variety of acoustic music in the areas of folk, americana, blues, and bluegrass. We have a lively range of acoustic instruments from the usual guitars, bass and fiddle, to the less common instruments for this type of music such as clarinet and saxophone. We play a mixture of traditional and popular folk by local and regional songwriters, some well known songs like Nights in White Satin, City of New Orleans, and House at Pooh Corner, as well as some of our own original music. We've played in local coffee houses, Golden-Link sponsored concerts, and at Alleghany State Park as part of their "Artists in Residence" program.

Roster
Dan Kuchta - Acoustic Guitar and vocals
Maureen Kuchta - Recorder, clarinet, saxophone
Linda Becker - Acoustic Guitar, Fiddle, Vocals
Warren Becker - Stand up Bass, Vocals

Influences
Musical influences: Folk, Americana, Blues, Bluegrass. Artist of influence: Bill Staines, Stan Rogers, Bob Dylan, John Prine, BB King, Ian & Sylvia, Tim Harden, Emerson Lake and Palmer.

History
A Fortnight's Song has was formed in 2000 by two couples who discovered each other's love of folk and acoustic music. Originally, we were only able to get together every 2 weeks or so to play together, which is why we call ourselves "A Fortnight's Song." Since then we have enjoyed playing at local venues and trying our hand at a little home studio recording of our music.
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