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This was the 11th in a series of performances, introducing area songwriters to music lovers.

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This 11th in the series of performances brought artists from throughout Minnesota, and featured these talented singer/song writers:

Ben Cook-Feltz, Dave Cofell, and Oliver Nollet

Together for the first time, all performed their original works for the public.

This event is FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

The Wyoming Area Creative Arts Community Songwriters in the round series continued on Nov 9, 2017.

Ben Cook-FeltzBen Cook-Feltz- Iowa-raised, Minneapolis-based Ben Cook-Feltz is a singer, songwriter, drummer and self-taught pianist.  Combining observational, sometimes quirky lyrics with melodies that hearken back to the classic sounds of the 60′s and 70′s, he has been entertaining audiences throughout the Midwest as a dynamic performer, whether playing solo, with his crackerjack band, or backing up some of the finest regional talent.  His most recent record, She Doesn't Believe Me, was released in October 2015.


Dave CofellDave Cofell was raised in charming Collegeville, MN where he began baritone ukulele lessons at the age of 7. As soon as Dave's fingers were long enough, he moved up to a full-size guitar and started writing his own songs. Dave graduated from St. John's University with a degree in Fine Arts. Dave has been voted “The Best Original Musician in Central Minnesota” 4 years in a row (Gannett), performs more than 200 shows a year and tours both nationally and internationally. Dave has three full-length albums of original music available on CD and is currently working on his fourth. His third CD titled, “A Thousand Shades of Blue” was released in 2016.


Gray NolletOliver Nollet has been writing and performing since the age of 8. He started out performing with his dad. He grew up on folk and indie music as well as his dad’s writing. He attends a performing arts school in St. Paul for theatre and playwriting where he has developed a strong relationship with poetry, words and writing. Oliver plays guitar, piano, and ukulele. Look for his EP titled “Summer Boy” on soundcloud.