The Ukedelics to Perform at Scarritt-Bennett’s 25th Anniversary Performance Series on Aug 8
Nashville, Tennessee – July 9, 2013 – The Ukedelics, Nashville’s biggest ukulele band, is set to perform on August 8 as part of the Scarritt-Bennett Center’s 25th Anniversary Performance Series.
Hawaiian songs will certainly be played, but the Ukedelic's set includes “uked” up versions of a wide range of musical genres including jazz, blues, pop, rock and country. The Ukedelics are the performing extension of The Nashville Ukulele Society, a local club devoted to the tiny instrument where anyone and everyone can come and play along.
According to Todd Elgin of the Ukedelics, “The Ukedelics are thrilled to use the most smile-inducing instrument known to man to help the Scarritt-Bennett Center celebrate its 25th Anniversary.”
The event is part of Scarritt-Bennett's Performance Series, which aims to raise awareness and funding for the historic facility and its community enhancement programs that focus on eradicating racism, cross-cultural awareness, empowerment of women and spiritual renewal. For more information or tickets, visit http://www.scarrittbennett.org/programs/ps.aspx#cm or call (615) 340-7472.
Ukedelics in Concert in Wightman Chapel
Ukulele band, the Ukedelics to perform as part of the 25th Anniversary Performance Series at Scarritt-Bennett.
Thursday August 8, 2013
Wightman Chapel at Scarritt-Bennett
1008 19th Ave. S.
Nashville, TN 37212
For more information or to purchase tickets visit http://www.scarrittbennett.org/programs/ht.aspx or call (615) 340-7472.
About Scarritt-Bennett Center
Scarritt-Bennett Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit education, retreat and conference center with a strong commitment to promoting racial equality, cross-cultural understanding, the empowerment of women and spiritual renewal.
Support through the rental of our historic facilities and donations helps us to offer programs that continue this mission. For more information, visit www.scarrittbennett.org.