The engaging Henry Dee now comes to "Don't Tell Mama" building on the successes of his recent album, You On MY Mind and his earlier Locomotion show which was a tribute to the songwriters of New York's historic Brill Building. Henry brings his warmth, detailed knowledge of popular music and his performing chops to a special collection of songs from the early 60's to the present. From The Seekers, to Peter, Paul and Mary, to Bob Dylan, Cat Stevens, Tracy Chapman and beyond - Henry explores through this gripping music the impact of the sound and substance of folk music on the pop and rock music that followed it. John Hoglund in CABARET SCENES and BACKSTAGE captures Henry as a performer: "A connoisseur of musical gems who touches the heart." "This guy's got a lot of the right stuff going for him . . . His gentle approach to every song is easy on the ears and projects a telling knowledge of the lyric. Dee understands from whence he sings."