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Dan Zlotnick has been called “the Americana voice of Westchester County, New York” because his joyous, warm energy emanates through his songs and performances. After a three-year independent minor league baseball career, Dan began writing and performing original music. A child of classic rock radio who dug deep into folk music in college, Dan half-jokingly claims that Jimmy Page taught him guitar and John Prine taught him lyric-writing. His sound is as comforting as the family photo on your wall and his lyrics feel like stories you would share with your best friends after a hearty home cooked meal.


Dan has made fans and friends in living rooms, backyards, and small venues around the country, as well as on prestigious stages like Tarrytown Music Hall, Paramount Hudson Valley Theater, Daryl’s House Club, Garcia’s at The Capitol Theatre, Pleasantville Music Festival, and Towne Crier Cafe. He has opened for artists including Drew Holcomb, The Felice Brothers, Marc Cohn, Patty Larkin, Jim Avett, Jessica Lynn, Arlen Roth, and more. Audiences will experience a full range of emotions and Americana textures, guided by Dan's candid storytelling, both in his lyrics and his easy-going conversation with the audience. His powerful yet soothing voice, intricate guitar work, and warm energy create a safe space for all of his listeners to feel human together. For more information, visit

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