Don Sarlin, guitarist and songwriter, began his musical career in his late teens on tour with Van Morrison, David Bromberg and others, playing the Fillmore West, Boston Symphony Hall, Carnegie Hall, the Isle of Wight Festival and other cool halls and festivals. In his 20’s he toured internationally with R&B singer Esther Phillips (“What a Difference a Day Makes“), Dean Friedman (“Ariel”) and Mary Travers (of Peter, Paul and Mary), appearing on SNL and a bunch of other TV shows. Wearying of the road after ten years of touring, he went on to a successful business career while continuing to play and write.
Don returned to performing in the 2000’s, co-founding The TriSonics, an acoustic trio featuring guitar, Dobro and bass, with three genre-jumping instrumental albums to date. He’s been writing, singing and recording his songs for several years, and composing and recording innovative acoustic and electric guitar instrumentals as well. All this can be found at DonSarlin.com. Check it out!