Dennis Heller is a Bob
Dylan impersonator from New York. He combines his gentle but passionate love for music and humor with his love and devotion to the well-being of planet
Donning his acoustic guitar and harmonica, he'll sing about
love, the environment, politics, and other social concerns. Then with a wig and dark sunglasses, he'll
transform himself into Bob Dylan.
Dennis is also a Dracula-like Impersonator, a friendly
vampire character called Count Ghoulash, who sings the 1960's Rock N Roll smash hit, "The Monster Mash".
He wrote "The Save Gas Book", a handy tool for creating a personal action plan to save gas, save money and help save the
planet from global warming. A free download copy is available: here.
Dennis has appeared as a featured guest on Joel Landy's
award winning Cable-TV show "Songs of Freedom" and has performed at the Warwick Valley Winery's music festivals
in New York and Sanctuary Concerts in New Jersey sharing the bill with Aztec Two Step, The Kennedys, The Nields, John Gorka,
Sloan Wainwright, Cliff Eberhardt, Rod MacDonald, Tim Harrison, Gandalf Murphy and the Slambovian Circus of Dreams, and John
"Great Dylan imitations and a must see in person. He has
me in stitches everytime." ...Ildiko.
"Dennis put on a great show for us via Skype. His incarnation
as Bob Dylan - both vocally and in posture/sunglasses - effectively captures the singer/songwriter as he appeared in the mid
Seventies. Dennis prepared for the call conscientiously, recording background tracks beforehand and then singing and accompanying
himself live on guitar and harmonica. It was a memorable treat on the occasion of my brother's 60th birthday." -