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MP3 Dean Phelps - Give Us a Song

A helping of new, seasoned with nostalgia, all served up with enjoyment.

12 MP3 Songs
COUNTRY: Americana, FOLK: Fingerstyle

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From age nine, when he first picked up a guitar and learned the shape of a G-chord, Dean Phelps has made music to bring enjoyment to anyone willing to listen. His folk style, positive demeanor and family-friendly repertoire make his music appropriate in a variety of venues, including churches, coffee shops and restaurants.

Influenced by a number of singer songwriters like John Prine, John Hiatt, Nanci Griffith and Kate Wolf, his music is an acoustic blend of folk, gospel and Americana. Dean sings songs that are both religious and secular and has made several original arrangements of traditional hymns and songs of the Christian faith.

The songs he sings tell stories about people, life and faith. They are not all explicitly Christian songs, but they are songs offered by a Christian; Dean’s faith runs through it all.

Born and raised in Maysville, Ky., Dean now lives, works and makes music in Indianapolis, Ind. He grew up singing in churches, often traveling to congregations around eastern Kentucky. His family and musical roots both trace back to the rural areas of Kentucky.

Doc Possom of Indy Folk News writes: "Dean is an ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). He is Reverend Dean Phelps, with no apologies, but although he''s a Reverend, he''s not very churchy. He is a regular guy with a fun repertoire, a relaxed manner, nice picking, and a friendly way of putting a song across!"

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