D-Squared

The inaugural "MUSIC @ THE MERC" Concert featured fingerstyle guitarist, Larry Pattis and a wonderful gathering of old friends.

Larry wowed the audience with his passion and playing, then snapped this pic of us during our set. Wonderful to have music in the old building, just the right people came. Shows every 4th Sunday at 2PM.

New Music

D-SQUARED "Dancin' in the Boneyard" with MICHAEL MCGARRAH

Two poems by English poet, Walter de la Mare, set to original music by D-Squared. A widow's weeds are her mourning clothes.

SUE HARRIS  performs "Maid of Argenta" with D-SQUARED and a rather unavoidable Bass Accordion accompaniment.

Author DOUG MILLISON reads from his opus, The Concrete Jungle Book, for rapt crowd at MUSIC @ THE MERC concert in October 2016.

We are a harp and guitar duo from Arizona - d-squared.


We developed our lives and our music together on a cattle ranch in the Bradshaw Mountains. Our songs and tunes are inhabited by the animals, vegetables and minerals that surround us and the forces that animate them.


We try to address things that matter, tell a good story and keep a sense of humor about it. We've been told we sound exactly like the high desert country we live in.


Our fondest hope is to connect with your heart, your head and your feet and maybe give your soul a little buzz too. The music comes from ours.


Welcome to our website!

D-Squared


2pm, Sunday. January 22, 2017

"MUSIC @ THE MERC" Concert Series

Old Mayer Mercantile, 12780 Central Ave Mayer, AZ

Featuring singer/songwriter/cowboy GAIL STEIGER,  author and cowhand. AMY STEIGER and D-SQUARED 

Suggested donation $20   Refreshments!

Reservations very much appreciated

d2@dsquaredmusic.com or 928 632-7530

MUSIC @ THE MERC Concert Series in historic downtown Mayer, Arizona - EVERY FOURTH SUNDAY!

"D-Squared has discovered a whole new breadth of expression ... Deb Gessner's harp weaves gracefully with Don Charles' guitar and vocals to create a stark and hypnotic landscape of sound

deftly drawing the picture of        

the great Southwest, their home."   

   International Folk Harp Journal