Tuesday, February 9, 2010

James is in town with the showing of "The Mighty Uke Roadshow"

I know this is counter productive to a big showing of uke beginners at my first 'Ukulele WikiWiki @ Ballard', but this event almost made me think of locking the doors and skipping class myself.

If you can't make it to the WikiWiki... then your only excuse is to go see this rare showing of James Hill and 'The Mighty Uke Roadshow'.. the movie.

Watch the trailer of The Mighty Uke Roadshow

Here's what James had to say in his email to me............................................

Hi Patrick,

Have you seen MIGHTY UKE? I don't think it's an overstatement to say that the release of this film is a defining event in ukulele history. The documentary offers a birds-eye view of the worldwide ukulele scene; it's funny, sad, amazing, quirky, surprising, entertaining... a celebration of all things uke (and a perfect way to introduce your friends and family to the wild world of ukulele). The best part? It's coming soon to a theatre near you!

The MIGHTY UKE Roadshow is tour like no other. The Roadshow turns each screening of the film into an event: a movie, a concert and a ukulele jam. Who could ask for anything more?

Here are the details:

What: The MIGHTY UKE Roadshow featuring a post-film performance by yours truly!

When: Sunday, February 21, 2010. Where: Rendezvous Theater (2322 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA). 2pm-6pm.

More info: www.mightyukemovie.com

Bring a friend, bring a uke! Hope to see you there.



p.s. Please feel free to forward this invitation to a friend who might be interested. Thanks!

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