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PRESS RELEASE: Hideaway Cafe 1st Thursday Songwriter in the Round Series hosted by Dean Johanesen of The Human Condition

Dean Johanesen
The Human Condition
3424 29th St. Ct East
Bradenton FL. 34208

C - 941-730-5322
djohanesen@yahoo.com

www.reverbnation.com/deanjohanesen
www.reverbnation.com/humancondition

PRESS RELEASE

For Immediate Release

Hideaway Cafe 1st Thursday Songwriter in the Round Series hosted by Dean Johanesen of The Human Condition

Thursday, May 3rd 2012, Dean Johanesen of The Human Condition will begin hosting a monthly Songwriter In The Round Series at the Hideaway Cafe in St. Pete. May’s edition will feature Ronny Elliott and Steve Connelly along with Johanesen performing together.

This Series will occur the first Thursday of every month and will be featuring original artists from the Tampa Bay area and beyond performing together on stage sharing songs and the stories behind them.

HIDEAWAY CAFE

Hideaway Cafe is located at 1756 Central Avenue St. Petersburg, FL 33712. Their phone number is 727-644-7895 and their web site for more information is www.hideawaycafe.biz.

The Thursday night series will be a free event and all ages are welcome to attend. Doors will open at 6pm with music starting at 8pm and running until 11pm.

ARTIST INFO

Ronny Elliott - www.ronnyelliott.com

He was 48 years old in 1995 when he decided to step out on his own, gathering a group of Tampa musicians and self-recording Ronny Elliott & the Nationals, a lo-fi effort that garnered critical acclaim. Elliott has continued his recording output throughout the 2000s, gaining an international reputation in underground music circles as a special kind of insurgent country artist.

Elliott's wandering muse swings from songs about early rock history (The Twist Came from Tampa) to acerbic fare like "South by So What?" (from 1999's Ronny Elliott), which slams the revered music industry fête, to politically charged tracks like "Letter From a Birmingham Jail" (from 2001's Poisonville) to a rumination on Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen's co-dependent self-destruction ("Room 100").

Steve Connelly - www.steveconnellymusic.com

Soaring Guitars and Other Wonders.

For a man described as the “linchpin of the (Tampa) Americana scene” and “the premier guitarist in Tampa Bay for the past thirty years,” fans of Steve Connelly might expect to find a readily available body of his recorded work. In fact, a trove of Connelly’s performances—on everything from organ to mandolin to pedal steel and whatever else might be leaning against the walls of his studio—can be found ornamenting the work of dozens of the bay area’s foremost acts. Folks like Ronny Elliott, Rebekah Pulley, Ted Lukas and The Ditchflowers have benefitted from Connelly’s midas touch.

Dean Johanesen – www.reverbnation.com/deanjohanesen

Singer / Songwriter Dean Johanseen is the front man and songwriter for long time Tampa Bay based group The Human Condition. Johanesen has been working to establish himself as a solo artist as well over the last year with a solo tour to England, New York and Atlanta in 2010, opening spots over the last number of years for such artists as Mason Jennings, Donovan Frankenreiter, Martha Wainwright and more recently John Waite and Howard Jones. A new solo CD is in the works with Steve Connelly at Zen recording studios highlighting stripped down versions of older “storyteller“ type songs and a handful of new originals that are in the works.

The following links are to videos shot during the Atlanta tour as well as a LIVE performance featured at the Hideaway Café in St. Pete for their backstage video series:

Godspeed Atlanta Tour - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxB-m6tfQGs

Mr. Delaware Live at Hideaway Café St. Pete -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkZGEwYz7zU

For more information, promo requests or to schedule an interview, please contact:

Dean Johanesen
941-730-5322
djohanesen@yahoo.com
www.reverbnation.com/deanjohanesen

Thank you for your time and for your support, I sincerely appreciate it,

Dean Johanesen

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