South Florida singer-songwriter Bill Hartmann welcomes a busy year in 2020. In addition to his solo gigs, he will share the stage with many of the areas seasoned performers and newcomers as host of the Musicians Showcase and Showcase in the Round. He will also make guest appearances at selected venues, and volunteer his musical talent to community events. Visit schedule for details.
February 2020 Hartmann will perform at the MILLENNIUM MUSIC CONFERENCE Harrisburg, PA. In August he returns to Gatlinburg Tennessee to participate in the ANNUAL SMOKY MOUNTAINS SONGWRITERS FESTIVAL. On September 26, for the sixth consecutive year, Hartmann will be among the scheduled entertainers performing at the Palm Beach Poetry Festival 100k POETS AND MUSICIANS FOR CHANGE Global Event.
When Bill Hartmann is not performing, you will find him (and his fedora) at a variety of locations enjoying the South Florida music scene.
Palm Beach Post
Area singer/songwriter Bill Hartmann displays expressive vocals and 12-string guitar, and also spotlights other South Florida talent during his weekly Musicians Showcase presentations. Click here for more
"His recordings and live performances display an expressive vocal and storytelling style influenced by Harry Chapin, Bob Dylan, Cat Stevens and Jim Croce. Hartmann's use of a Seagull 12-string guitar, with its unique chiming tones, adds to the originality."
-Bill Meredith, Music Columnist, THE PALM BEACH POST
Balcony TV MIAMI
Bill Hartmann performs The One That Stayed. Interview by Ian Lutz, Balcony TV Miami. Filmed at Benny’s on the Beach
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Little Jim's Bait & Tackle
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
FT. Pierce, FL
WLRN 91.3 FM
Michael Stock interviews James Carry (The Good Guy), Carly Jo
Jackson, Bill Hartmann, and Jess Taylor all set to perform in the
2013 Vocalpalooza hosted by Kevin Johnson of Conundrum Stages.
-Matthew Sydney, INDIEFLORIDA, BLOG TALK RADIO
‘’Bill Hartmann has that rarest amalgamation of talents; clever but accessible lyrical stylings and a striking faculty for melodic invention to serve these thoughtful notions’
-THE AKADEMIA MUSIC AWARDS