November 5 @ 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Hank Levine finds no greater joy in life as making people happy with his music. For more than 30 years, Hank Levine has been writing and performing music across the United States. He is a multi-talented artist with a rich singing voice for rock, blues, country, pop and bluegrass. In addition to his own original music, Hank covers music from talented artists such as James Taylor, Norah Jones, the Eagles, The Beatles, and others. He enjoys playing upbeat and poignant music on a variety of instruments, including his ukulele, electric guitar, six and 12-string guitars.
Born in Brooklyn, Hank grew up in the heart of the Ramapo mountains of northern New Jersey. At an early age, Hank began touring the coffee house circuit as part of a trio, performing on that same tour as artists such as Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, the Kingston Trio, and many others. After touring across the US, Hank visited — and fell in love with — Sonoma County, making that home. There, he was the opening act for artists such as Dire Straits (their first show in the United States), Bonnie Raitt, Jimmy Buffet, and The Byrds.
After taking time off to get married and raise a family, Hank returned to music, completing his album “It’s About Time, or is it About Time”, which has sold throughout the United States and internationally.