John Dull

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John Dull is a New Jersey folk music artist and folk music promoter. He has been active since the late 1960s. He is a native of Rutherford, New Jersey[1] and a graduate of Duke University where he was a starter on the Duke University Football Team.

Attending college during the political fire storm of the late 1960s had a huge impact on John's social consciousness. Subsequently, his music provides the listener with insight into his political & social views.

John Dull is at the forefront of a growing trend of artist that stage intimate home showcases for themselves and other artist. Home showcases provide a small group 15 - 20 people a chance to see the musicians work through new songs arrangements while giving some of their loyal fan base complete accessibility to the artist.

John's music promotion company JHM Dull Productions has worked with various artist including Pete Seeger, Peter Paul and Mary, The Oak Ridge Boys, Richie Havens, Uncle Floyd, Emmylou Harris, Tom Paxton and Tom Chapin among many others.

Dull Music's latest release is Patent Pending by up and coming artist Martin Dull, who recently completed a tour of the East Coast.

Martin Dull is currently the lead singer for the blues rock band Briar Patch.

He is a graduate of St Mary's High School.

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  1. ^ Beckerman, Jim. "Homeowners open up for concerts"[permanent dead link], The Record (Bergen County), March 11, 2007. Accessed December 8, 2007. "'Artists love them, because it's so intimate,' says folk artist and concert promoter John Dull of Rutherford."

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