Dakota Dave Hull & Kari Larson Reunion; Tomorrow! Sunday, September 22, 2019; Hook and Ladder Mission Room; 7pm


Dakota Dave Hull & Kari Larson Reunion

Tomorrow! Sunday, September 22, 2019

The Hook and Ladder Mission Room

Doors 6:30pm  Music 7:00pm  21+

Suggested Donation: $20


The Hook and Ladder Mission Room

3010 Minnehaha Ave

Minneapolis, MN 55406



Dakota Dave Hull and Kari Larson performed together as a duo for quite a few years, but not much recently. They now present a special reunion concert celebrating the 25th Anniversary of their first gig together! You may find them armed with arch-top guitars, flat-top guitars, National resophonic guitars, ukuleles, and mandolins. The duo spans a wide range of folk, pop, world, jazz, and classical music. You could hear Appalachian tunes, ragtime, Irish airs, Western swing, Brazilian melodies, Tin Pan Alley, and original compositions

Both Dakota Dave and Kari are veteran musicians. Dave has performed with Dave Van Ronk, Utah Phillips, Doc Watson, Robin and Linda Williams, Paul Geremia, Spider John Koerner, Sally Rogers, Butch Thompson, Peter Ostroushko, and Norman Blake.

Kari comes out of the San Francisco Bay-area and has performed in rockabilly bands, Jewish and Italian groups, and Baroque ensembles. She studied classical guitar at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. After moving to Minnesota in 1994 to study instrument building and repair in Red Wing, she was soon making an impact on the Twin Cities acoustic scene.

Published by baldpomegranatenixon

I'm an expatriate Memphis musician and an instructor at a private music college in Minnesota. I find a greater clarity in my appreciation for music from Memphis and the Mississippi Delta region, now that I've lived away from it for decades, than when I was growing up in the midst of it.

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