Dan Berggren with Ed Lowman

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  • Dan Berggren with Ed Lowman

    This show was on Dec 14th, 2014 | 38 people watched
    7 Comments - See all
    • Dec 15
      We loved being able to hear Dan and Ed from Rhode Island. The music and poetry reading were wonderful. This was our first time on Concert Window and found that it froze many times on both our laptop and desktop computers. Hopefully that glitch will be resolved the next time we listen in on Concert Window.
    • Dec 15
      The concert was fine, but at times the feed would freeze up for a second, unfreeze, freeze, etc. Plus I had my own problems with streaming and missed a lot of it.
    • Dec 15
      What a great way to see some of my favorite Caffe Lena performers in the winter when driving to Saratoga is not an option for me. Loved the recitation of Child's Christmas in Wales and was especially happy to hear the Julian of Norwich piece, along with lots of favorites from Dan. Even recognized a friend in the audience, and liked the interactive feature. Would use this often.
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  • Jamcrackers

    This show was on Aug 8th, 2014 | 30 people watched
    3 Comments
    • Aug 8
      I was very disappointed, for several reasons. The sound volume was very poor. We had set up my laptop with my elderly parent's flat screen TV and they couldn't hear the music program, even with the TV set on it's maximum volume. (The volume bar on my laptop scarcely registered a 1 out of 10.) The synching of the voice to the video was approx. 1/2 second off.....it was like watching 15 year old-technology video conference calls with my old company located in Europe. Due to some reason, live program started 10 minutes late at Café Lena. However, the Concert Window webcast stopped after an hour. The biggest kick in the pants (and wallet) is that only the first hour of program (8:00-9:00) was webcast. Nowhere in the initial listing for the program did it indicate that we would be watching only half of the show. I paid what I thought was a fair amount for a full show. I definitely will not be recommending Concert Window to any of my friends and will pass on my disappointing experiences with it.
    • Aug 9
    • Aug 9
      Dan, we enjoyed the performance very much. I can now say I have seen you, Peggy and Dan perform!!!! Living in Tn makes it nearly impossible to see you guys in person. I love all of your music and I see there is new music I must go to the site to purchase. I enjoy driving in the mountains and listening to your music. It reminds me of our visits up there. Wanted to come for Sunday, but found out about it too late and I doubt I could get Gary up there at the last minute. Seeing Dan play the hammered dulcimer makes me want to learn how to play one. But as much as Gary spent on my mountain dulcimer, I figured I should try to master it before taking on a new instrument. I did take a weekend hammered dulcimer class from Rick Thum and it was a blast, but challenging. There was a lot crammed into a weekend! Again loved the performance and look forward to future webcasts. There were some problems in the first half where it froze, but it worked perfectly in the second half. We watched it on Apple TV. Have fun Sunday!!!! Kate Whitty
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Bio

For over 40 years, Dan has been collecting, writing and singing music of mountains where he was raised. An award-winning educator and musician, he has released over a dozen albums and performed with guitar and banjo in concert halls and coffeehouses from Kentucky to Michigan, Belgium to Bulgaria, and Zimbabwe to Transylvania.
Ed Lowman’s rock-solid bass playing and down-home fiddling are... more

For over 40 years, Dan has been collecting, writing and singing music of mountains where he was raised. An award-winning educator and musician, he has released over a dozen albums and performed with guitar and banjo in concert halls and coffeehouses from Kentucky to Michigan, Belgium to Bulgaria, and Zimbabwe to Transylvania.
Ed Lowman’s rock-solid bass playing and down-home fiddling are known throughout the North Country and New England. Not only has he performed as one of the infamous Will Dicker Boys and with the high-energy band Quickstep, Ed has organized and played for countless contra and square dances.

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