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Dennis Wage grew up in Manitowoc, Wisconsin and started playing the Hammond organ when he was six years old. He moved to Nashville in 1989, and quickly became an in-demand session keyboard player.


He can be seen live with people like T. Graham Brown, Jimmy Hall, Jack Pearson, Leroy Parnell and Delbert McClinton. Dennis is also an experienced session leader, producer and recording engineer and has produced and recorded many CD projects for Nashville songwriters and artists.


He is an expert on the history, construction and maintenance of the Hammond organ. 

Dennis Wage



photo by Jeremy Fetzer

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