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Brett Dennen is a nationally known, celebrated singer songwriter who has released 6 albums. He’s played at Austin City Limits, Newport Folk and Telluride Bluegrass Festivals and appeared on Jimmy Kimmel, David Letterman and Conan O’Brien. His songs are carefully crafted, beautiful and often have a wry sense of humor woven into them. His style is unique and reflect the deep influences of being homeschooled and given free creative rein by his parents. He was also deeply impacted by a residential summer camp, Camp Jack Hazard, which he attended as a child and adolescent, worked there as a camp counselor and continues to be a supporter and raise fund to allow students to receive “camperships.”
In addition to his skill as a musician, Brett is an active philanthropist, environmentalist and avid skier. His love of the environment can be tied to the camp located in the heart of the Sierra Nevada Mountains – and has led Dennen to create this “Ski Town” tour of which this stop in Sun Valley is a part. This tour combines Dennen’s love of skiing with his deep concern over the environment and future of resort towns in the face of changing climate. While here Dennen will work with students from the art and ski academy from Community School as a part of The Center’s commitment to bringing professional artists to our students.
“We think it’s time for the whole world to take notice of Brett Dennen’s expert pop songcraft.”
-KCRW, Morning Becomes Eclectic
The Center’s 2016–2017 Artist Residencies are supported by Gayle Marie and in part, with funds provided by the Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF), the Idaho Commission on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional support for The Center’s educational outreach programs is provided by Cox Communications, Robbins de Beaumont Foundation, Heart of Gold Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation, The Richard K. & Shirley S. Hemingway Foundation, and the U.S. Bancorp Foundation.