The Charleston Hot Shots have been performing since 2007 in a skiffle jazz style while playing blues, ragtime, standards and folk music. Hear, guitars, ukuleles, bass buckets, kazoos, lap steels, dulcimers and harmonicas played with a unique jazz swing.
The V-Tones of Charleston
We end the concert with Charleston’s premier swing band The V-Tones of Charleston. Headed by Donald "Noodle McDoodle" Whitley it is always a crowd pleaser.
Definitely will be an unforgettable treat to hear them perform.
This all Volunteer event is made possible by the generosity of these sponsors:
Old Santee Canal Park (Roxy Bishop) - Venue
Alfred Hughes - Photographer/Videographer
Keith and Nathan Miller - Music Speaks
Jim and Cheryl Ravoira - Charleston Hot Shots
Shem Creek Music - Raffle Prizes
Olli Wendelin - Sound
Donaly Whitley and Eden Fonvielle - The V-Tones of Charleston
Open - Vendor Liason
Little David Ukulele and Dulcimer Festival
April 23, 2017
11:00am until 4:00pm
at Beautiful Old Santee Canal Park
Free for the regular price of admission to the park
Benefit for the Music Speaks Project
Supporting Autism Awareness and Early Access to Care
Nathan (r) meets Jake Shimabukuro (l)
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10:30 Beginner Ukulele Lesson
11:15 Nathan Miller
12:00 Charleston Hot Shots
2:00 Open Mic
3:30 Group Jam
Need A Uke?
The fine folks from Shem Creek Music will be there with a great selection of ukuleles to choose from. Check them out on Facebook.
- Signup for open mic the day of the even, first come first up, 2 songs
- All acoustic, no amps or plugging into PA
- Picnic coolers and lawn chairs are welcome
- Pets must be kept on a leash and under the control of the owner.
- Alcoholic beverages are not permitted.
Questions: Text 843-494-4635 or e-mail email@example.com
Nathan is a wonderfully talented, multifaceted musician. He is an embodiment of what the latest wave of ukulele popularity is all about. From strumming, picking, tapping to harmonics, Nathan makes his ukulele speak in ways you dreamed you could. This is one performance you don' want to miss.