May 9th
@ The 402


Mitch Gettman is a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist out of Omaha, NE. He has been writing and recording since the age of 13 and has now released two albums and two EPs. Gettman currently resides outside of Lawrence, KS where he creates masterful concoctions of food and walks a dog around named Ella. He is also reported to be working on his third album.

Ted Yoder has revolutionized the hammered dulcimer through his pop symphonic approach on the instrument as a solo performer. He’s the National Champion whose highly engaged fanbase has nicknamed his innovative approach to playing popular songs “Yoderizing.” Ted’s both a dazzling technician and soulful and lyrical visionary. And the story of his rise to prominence is as inspiring as his spiritually uplifting musicality. 
The Goshen, Indiana-based instrumentalist-composer-singer first encountered the hammered dulcimer a decade before he actually was able to play on one. At the time, the instrument was costly and not readily available—this was the pre-Internet days—and Ted was a competent multi-instrumentalist who fell in love with a rare bird. It would take a tragic car accident and the love and support of his family to transform him into the musical innovator he has now become.