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Experience the Music of John Dunnigan
JOHN DUNNIGAN: Jacks Guitar
In his new release, John follows tradition by demonstrating his ability to set his personal life to music.
In the title track, he generously shares the tragic loss of his uncle in WWII.
Little Fixer-Upper is a sentimental reflection of a home that needed a bit of work, and The Real Real Estate Song humorously reveals his thoughts on city folk in Montana.
Everyone loves a good story.
Share some time with John as he shares his life with you.
John's second Album was released in 1993.
songwriting and vast musical abilities.
This CD is packed with musical "gems".
The "I'm Too White To Sing Reggae" became and underground cult classic in the clubs of the Northwest.
And "The Quarter Horse" may be Johns strongest and most requested song.
: The View Fom Here
With this, his
third album, John
reaches new peaks of insightful and incisive song writing.
Whitefish, Montana singer song-writer John Dunnigan
has teamed up with Instrumentalist/Producer/Friend David Griffith to record and produce Censored, Dunnigan's 4th album and third CD.
"Keeping the album acoustic and 'loose-sounding' was the goal from the beginning," says Dunnigan
"If I couldn't play the part, Dave could, and that worked really well.
The highly humorous "Censored" CD contains 12 songs, of which half were penned by Dunnigan
© 2006 John Dunnigan
Don't Steal the Music
© 2008 John Dunnigan
Don't Steal the Music
Also appearing at the festival will ...
Also appearing at the festival will be Missoula, Montana-based The Lil' Smokies (bluegrass), Australian-born Blake Noble (percussive guitar), Vaudeville Etiquette (multiple genres) from Seattle, Yakima's own The Common Deer (folk, blues, Americana), and John Dunnigan, a solo performer from Whitefish, Montana who is known for being an "offbeat" musician.
Back by popular demand, the Humane ...
Back by popular demand, the Humane Society of Northwest Montana is pleased to announce that local musician and entertainer, John Dunnigan will serve as this year's Celebrity Bartender at the Whitefish Lake Lodge Boat Club on Friday, April 11, 2014 from 5pm to 7pm in support of cats and dogs.
The Lodge at Whitefish Lake is hosting its annual Celebrity Bartending Event in the Boat Club Restaurant from 5pm to 7pm and all tips from drinks poured by volunteer celebrity bartender, John Dunnigan, will be donated to help homeless animals at the Charlotte Edkins Animal Adoption Center.
Whether your drink choice is a carbonated beverage or a cold brew, visit the Boat Club Restaurant
on April 11th and show your support for homeless cats and dogs.
The Lodge at Whitefish
Lake is located at 1380 Wisconsin Ave., Whitefish, MT. To make dinner reservations in the Boat Club Restaurant
, call 406-863-4040.
John Dunnigan at the Boat Club
fundraiser | Humane Society of Northwest Montana
"Join John Dunnigan at the Boat Club"
The Humane Society of Northwest Montana, home of the Charlotte Edkins Animal Adoption Center is honored to announce that local musician and entertainer, John Dunnigan will serve as the Humane Society's Celebrity Bartender at the Whitefish Lake Lodge Boat Club on Friday, April 5, 2013 from 5pm to 7pm.
Join John Dunnigan at the Boat Club
is one of the most versatile performers in the Northwest.
combines great musicianship, award winning songwriting, with an upbeat stage presence.
With 4 albums to date, John
has played with and for some of the biggest names in the music business.
Opening act, free stage, main stage or beer garden.
comes complete with a total sound and light system.