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L'il Rev Concert ONLY

Everybody Welcome... Walk-Ins Welcome.  $10 Cash at the Door. If you are not a SCU Meetup member you will not be able to RSVP. Just show up at the door. This will be a 90 minute concert. Doors will open approximately 7 pm and the concert will end at 9 pm. A raffle of over $400 in ukulele-related equipment and other great stuff will be held. L'il Rev CDs and other items will be for sale. L'il Rev will be available to autograph purchases. Steel City Ukulele products, including clothing, will be sold. SCU Meetup members are urged to RSVP for the concert.

The cost of this concert is ONLY $10; a really good price for such a well known ukulele entertainer.  Pay CASH ONLY at the door; no checks or charge cards will be accepted.

Lil Rev is an award-winning ukulele and harmonica player from Milwaukee, WI. He began his music career as a street musician in the early 90’s after graduating from the University of WI at Milwaukee with a degree in Community Education. He has been a grade school music teacher and adjunct college lecturer in the music history department at UWM.

His awards include: 1996 National Blues Harmonica Champ at Avoca and he was Voted the Best Folk Singer in WI - 2004 (WAMI).  He is often called “The Johnny Appleseed of the Ukulele,” logging over 40,000 miles a year teaching and performing at traditional arts camps, music stores, festivals, temples, house concerts, folk societies and ukulele clubs across North America. He has published numerous Ukulele instructions books and DVDS thru Hal Leonard Corporation and is the author of the best selling Hal Leonard Ukulele Method Book #1 & #2, 101 Licks for Ukulele, Essential Strums and Strokes for Ukulele, Easy Songs for Ukulele, Fiddle Tunes for Ukulele and the Hal Leonard Baritone Ukulele Method.

Lil' Rev is well known on the international ukulele scene as a protector of old songs and playing styles including early blues, Tin-Pan Alley, old time, Yiddish and American folk styles. He is also known for his passionate endeavors to preserve antiquated right hand strokes and strums and is in demand on the workshop circuit for this reason.

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  • Jack

    Lil Rev gave a wonderful concert; lots of interesting stories - and OH... his wonderful ukulele playing. Additional tunes on guitar and harmonica. He even invited an old friend to the stage for a toe-stompin' harmonica duet.

    1 · November 17, 2013

  • Karen B.

    Pittsburgh loves Lil Rev! A wonderful performance with uke, harmonica and audience participation. Loved the background stories and the songs. Thanks also to Clint Hoover for beautiful harmonica duets.

    November 17, 2013

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