Rick Denzien

Described as 'rock’n the extreme folk', the song is a rallying cry for over-worked and lorded-over ordinary citizens, over-burdened by the daily worries and stresses of early 21st century life looming over a collective survival. From the deep, cold and dark of Buffalo, NY comes an artist - Rick Denzien. In his own words: ''Fate is sometimes like being stuck behind a snow plow on the thruway, in the middle of a raging blizzard, on black ice covered by pack snow whilst driving at 65 mph…  never being able to see more than 20 feet ahead, ignoring basic physics.   Idiotic blind faith, stupid, an accident waiting to happen… but in Western New York we called it Winter driving – fate.' 'Driving blind can be the greatest teacher as it takes us to new, raw un-processed edges - like when the blade of the steel plow sparks against the frozen road, that’s where we can find salvation or, crazed, we smash into the ass end of a truck, driven by an over worked, underpaid NY-DOT worker

Website: www.RickDenzien.com

Social media: www.Facebook.com/DenzienRick

Schedule

Fri, Aug 035-5:45 pmCafféology
Sat, Aug 047:45-8:30 pmMohawk Place(part of The Lloyd MacHardy Memorial Hootenanny)