Frank Nanna & The WW IIunes

by Dana Kester-McCabe

The WW IIunes recreates the beloved music of America in the 1940’s. The group is led by Frank Nanna a lifelong musician who plays guitar, violin, and banjo.

Dave Dalfonso is a speech therapist by trade who plays saxophone and clarinet.

Carole Wolek plays the accordion and has taught music to people of all ages.

Len Wolek is Carol’s husband. He plays the banjo and mandolin.

The group got together initially to play traditional Jewish klesmer music as part of a public library program promoting a book called “The Shaw” which was about the Holocaust.

If music of this era puts you “in the mood” you can hear the WW Tunes live at the Blue Dog Café this New Year’s Eve and on the first Friday of each month.

They are available for weddings and other events: 410-641-4151 - .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Be sure and watch these additional videos to hear more of the big swing sound of the WW Tunes.