Donna Lynn Caskey

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Past shows

  • Donna Lynn Caskey Birthday & Banjo-versary Show

    This show was on Aug 2nd, 2015 | 28 people watched
    2 Comments
    • Aug 2
      That I was able to watch/listen to it! This is the first time that has timed out. Way to go, Donna!
    • Aug 2
      My favorite thing about the show is Miss Donna Lynn Caskey!
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  • Donna Lynn Caskey - cozy midwinter show

    This show was on Dec 14th, 2014 | 12 people watched
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    • Dec 14
      So nice to hear Donna Lynn's songs from her CD Nameless Heart as well as some Holiday songs, some that I heard for the first time. It was a perfect 1 hour mid Dec concert.
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Donna Lynn Caskey is an innovative clawhammer “Banjo Gal” and so much more. Her songs comfort listeners by simultaneously acknowledging life’s difficulties while offering a genuine message of hope. Audiences appreciate Donna Lynn’s heartfelt, playful stage presence and the opportunity to sing along during performances. Her timeless sound hearkens back to old-time mountain music and bluegrass... more

Donna Lynn Caskey is an innovative clawhammer “Banjo Gal” and so much more. Her songs comfort listeners by simultaneously acknowledging life’s difficulties while offering a genuine message of hope. Audiences appreciate Donna Lynn’s heartfelt, playful stage presence and the opportunity to sing along during performances. Her timeless sound hearkens back to old-time mountain music and bluegrass as she poetically explores contemporary subject matter, securing her place in the modern folk genre.

Donna Lynn grew up the youngest of ten children in a musical family on the Virginia coast. She attended college in the Blue Ridge, where she fell in love with and acquired her first banjo. She was awarded a scholarship to an intensive beginning banjo class at the John C. Campbell Folk School in North Carolina shortly before moving to California by train in 2001. Within months, she started writing songs and playing shows.

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