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DEREK SALLMANN
http://dereksallmann.com
ROCK - Folk/Americana
Waukesha

Sallmann prides himself on his ability to communicate to/entertain/and connect with the audience, no matter how large or how small and no matter what age group. His simple, but catchy taglines and acoustic patterns are sure to stick in your head and leave you wanting more. He is very open about storytelling from his experiences scuba diving, performing at Summerfest, State Fair, Bastille Days and more. He also prefers to give a detailed backstory and explain how each song came to be before playing it, and finds performance dynamics to be of the utmost importance. Each song is unique, honest, and holds a special place in his life. Performing over 100 shows in 2014 and becoming a finalist in the Shepherd Express “Best of Milwaukee” competition for “Best Acoustic Musician” in 2015, he is quickly becoming one of Milwaukee’s best rising talents. His debut, 10 song , all-original album “All Seasons” (Produced by Tony Schueller of Anton Music Productions) is set to release in late spring/early summer of 2016 and features a full band, even though as of now, he always performs as an acoustic solo artist. Be sure to keep an eye on this upcoming musician who is also a full time college student at Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee, studying Biology.
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DEREK SALLMANN IS:
Derek Sallmann Acoustic Guitar/Vocals
DEREK SALLMANN IS INFLUENCED BY:
Gin Blossoms, Matchbox Twenty, Goo Goo Dolls, Ed Sheeran, John Mayer
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Derek Sallmann
(262) 5495637
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