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Dana Williams

Little Dana's first instrument was the piano. He both sucked at it and hated it. In 4th grade, he had a hippie goddess teacher who also gave guitar lessons after school. This was in 1964 and the height of the folk revolution. She got married, he got disillusioned and moved to harder rock, the music of the outcasts. Given the era, this music represented rebellion, freedom and equality. The message remains true.

The roots of MCB, diverse interest, vocal work and fun come from friends being able to accept their different styles and blend into a family unit that is truly pleasant. Playing for a group enthusiastic people must be one of life’s high points. It is the reason this band exists.

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Motherlode Canyon Band
2384 Doc Holliday
Park City, UT 84060
dhall@allwest.net
C: 801-232-6174



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