Heart of a Tinman was formed 4 years ago, when Dwight developed his unique percussion washboard to perform all the functions of a complete drum kit. He was eager to try it out by busking on the street. But a drummer needs accompaniment, which was hard to find on a moment's notice. Soon, his wife, Polly Nelson, found a 1960's Sears Roebuck guitar in its case, set out for the trash. She hadn't performed since high school, but this seemed like a sign. A musical match was born!
Guaranteed to put a smile on your face and set your toes tapping.
"Heart of a Tinman is fun for all ages. They play everyone's favorite songs, and the washboard player is mesmerizing as he moves through his patterns with lightning speed!"