Helen Bailey Dull has a particular interest in peace studies and is well read on topics relating to non-violent resistance and civil rights issues. These philosophies are injected into the business.   

A co-owner of JMH Dull Productions, Helen is good at keeping things organized in a frenetic atmosphere of art and business. A teacher for fifteen years in her previous career, she honed there the skills to keep the business on track and organized.  

This proprietor comes from an activist background with a family line proceeding from a number of plumbing business owners in Jersey City, NJ. The Bailey family (Helen's maiden name) has been active in peace and justice issues for decades.   



Martin Dull is a singer/songwriter with a style best described as "indie-acoustic." His work appeals to folks eager to explore new acoustic trends.   

Martin holds a Fine Arts degree from Marywood University and a Master of Fine Arts from NYC's Studio School. His art is often displayed at gigs.   

He is a co-owner of JMH Dull Productions and a lead member in the Dull Music Band.



For 30+ years, John Dull has been a staple artist in the national acoustic folk scene. Credits include performances with Pete Seeger; Peter, Paul and Mary; Richie Havens; The Oak Ridge Boys; Emmylou Harris; Tom Paxton; Tom Chapin and others.  

Dull’s originals receive play on folk radio stations nationwide. His poetry is presented regionally. John has 3 CDs on the market with a 4th in the making. 2 poetry chapbooks also offered.  

With wife, Helen, and son, Martin, JMH Dull Productions hails as a concert production agency bringing significant acoustic shows to the tri-state area. 

As part of its repertoire, JMH Dull Productions presents the “Uncle Floyd/John Dull and Friends Show” regionally.

Mission statement: To be a platform for progressive, positive change.