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South Shore songwriter Darren Senn to ‘Get Organized’ at 968 Park

Darren Senn performs at the West Shore Cafe and Inn Sunday and Monday.
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If you go

What: Darren Senn

When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29

Where: 968 Park Hotel, South Lake Tahoe

Tickets: Free

Info: http://www.968parkhotel.com

South Shore songwriter Darren Senn will bring his storytelling tunes to South Lake Tahoe’s 968 Park Hotel this weekend.

Senn performs a free show at the hotel’s CoffeePub Saturday night.

Senn’s songs include the playful lament “I Gotta Get Organized,” a song sometimes covered by popular North Shore Americana and bluegrass act Dead Winter Carpenters.

He lists folk, country and blues artists Townes Van Zandt, John Prine and Todd Snider among his influences.

“Darren Senn thrives on engaging his audiences with storytelling and simple, yet well-crafted songs,” according to Senn’s online biography. “Through his slow and steady songwriting journey the past twelve years, he has learned the most precious lesson; honesty is the only way. His often melancholy humor is balanced with plenty of keen insight, ripe with colorful stories and revealing admissions of his shortcomings and how he moves past them with whatever grace he may stumble upon.

“Senn gives all the credit to his songwriting heroes, citing they are what drives him to commit to a life of living in his head and trying to translate to the world what he sees.”

968 Park Hotel’s CoffeePub is located at 968 Park Avenue in South Lake Tahoe. The hotel hosts free music most Friday and Saturday nights.

More information on Saturday’s show is available on http://www.968parkhotel.com.

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