August 29, 2019 at 6:30 pm
Tim Dorsey, an international entertainer of prodigious musical talents, has been singing since the late 1970s. He has an extensive vocal range, possesses breathtaking versatility and has a natural gift for vocal styling.
Audiences that have been captivated by this multi-talented singer/songwriter sense in him a freshness, a purity and an unspoiled quality untainted by crass commercialism.
If you close your eyes and listen to him sing a Stevie Wonder medley, you can’t help but be awestruck by the similarity in vocal expression between the two performers. As flattering as that comparison is, Tim has his own distinct musical styling that is characterized by precise phrasing and a velvet-smooth delivery.
A native of Pittsburgh, PA., where he lived until the age of 15, Tim was always musically inclined. He learned to play flute at the age of 9 and taught himself to play the piano in high school. One of his brothers played the upright bass and was a jazz musician, while the other was a hard rock guitarist. So from early on, he was exposed to a variety of musical influences.
This evening Tim will perform a wide variety of self-written songs about life, love, encouragement and our LORD.
September 26, 2019 at 6:30 pm
WE ARE LEO
Christian Contemporary band WE ARE LEO is bringing their high energy show to Dwelling 2:22 for an EXCLUSIVE Oshkosh concert. Featured on the soundtrack of God’s Not Dead-3 (You Light Up My World); WE ARE LEO will ignite the stage with their electronic pop sound, real & relevant lyrics and jamming rhythms.
Based out of Kenosha, WI, they are a community of recording artists led by founder David Duffield, singer Joseph Sanborn, and guitarist Matt Gainsford. They are known for Pop, EDM, and Worship music and perform at events worldwide, sharing their authentic message of Hope and Love.
October 24, 2019 at 7:00 pm
After graduating from college, Mark drove to Nashville, TN to try to establish himself in the music industry. He had no job lined up, and all of his belongings fit in the back of his car. When he got to Nashville, he began looking for internships with music labels and he also took a job as a waiter at one of the larger hotels in downtown Nashville. The hotel was right down the street from the famous Ryman Auditorium. When Schultz’s parents came to visit him for the first time in Nashville, his dad told him that he would one day listen to his son doing a concert on that stage.
Schultz soon began writing songs for the youth at his home church, First Presbyterian Church and their families. He wrote personal songs of people’s struggles (He’s My Son, Cloud of Witnesses, etc.) as well as songs for certain church events (Remember Me, I Am the Way). The members of the church and specifically the mothers of the youth group helped Schultz organize a concert at the Ryman Auditorium which was held in 2000. Tickets were sold at FPC and all over Nashville by the women of the church. The auditorium was full that night and Schultz’s parents were in the front row. After the Ryman performance, Schultz was offered an opportunity to record with Myrrh Records.
The songs performed at the Ryman concert made up Schultz’s first record, his self-titled debut, Mark Schultz. This virtually unheard-of feat for a new artist landed Schultz not only a recording contract where he went on to sell over 1.3 million albums, but also garnered him ten #1 singles to date.
Please contact Mike Braun at (920) 267-7707 to purchase tickets.