George Dennehy: On A Mission to Impact and Inspire


George Dennehy travels the world sharing music and stories with countless audiences, but it’s more than just entertainment that he shares. It’s inspiration.

“It’s not about being an entertainer,” he expressed. “It’s about being a difference maker.”

George sings and plays the piano and guitar, but his remarkable talent is made more impressive because George was born with no arms. He uses his feet to play the guitar and piano. He encourages audiences to chase their dreams and recognize that anything is possible.

He’s bringing this message of hope to New Castle, Indiana, on Saturday, November 5, as part of a benefit concert for Victory Lane Camp. “A Night of Inspiration” begins at 7 p.m. at First Baptist Church of New Castle, 709 S. Memorial Drive in New Castle.

George was born in Romania and had a brush with death in a Romanian orphanage before he was adopted by his family at the age of one. He started his musical journey by learning to play the cello at the age of eight, advancing in classical music until he was able to perform with regional orchestras. He taught himself guitar, electric bass, and basic piano.

“After every event that I do, I get off the stage to meet everyone and they share openly. It’s very meaningful to me,” George shared. “The best part is developing new friendships and hearing people’s stories.”

George is looking forward to connecting with new friends during his visit on November 5. He wants to share with others the light and hope he has found and help them realize their own goals are within reach.

“It’s all about inspiring and impacting anyone who may need to be impacted,” he shared. “Even if there’s just one person who needs to hear what I have to say, then the whole trip is worth it.”

The upcoming months are filling up fast for George and his wife, Stephanie. She just opened up a photography studio and he is booked through spring of 2017. He’s also starting to plan his second CD recording.

“I want to share the truth that anything is possible. Just because someone may be different doesn’t mean they are any less capable to make a difference in the world.”

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