|Sent on:||Thursday, March 15, 2012 7:43 PM|
Looking for something FUN to do Friday night?!
Several members of DUH have already purchased tickets and will be going to this performance.
Come and join us.
Friday, March 16, 2012 @ 8:00 pm (doors open at 7:30pm)
Uncle Calvin's Coffeehouse
Northpark Presbyterian Church
9555 N. Central Exp
Tickets: $15 online purchase or $18 at the door (if they still have seats) No surcharges will be added.
Use PayPal to buy your tickets online in advance via credit card or PayPal account. Children and teens are half-price, unless otherwise noted.
Ticket purchase website: http://www.unclecalvi...
Zoe Lewis originally from England and is now based out of the Provincetown area of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. She can aptly be described as equal parts troubadour, vaudevillian, storyteller, singer- songwriter, and piece of work! She is a band in a body? playing jazz, jump jive, Latin grooves, swing, acoustic funk and folk originals on guitar, piano, harmonica, UKULELE, penny whistle, accordion, spoons and human trumpet! She's traveled all over the globe picking up world-beat grooves and stories along the way; jumping box cars, riding on freight boats and even playing with an elephant orchestra in Thailand. Her music is upbeat, high-energy, and a delight for all? as it pokes fun at modern society and praises the rambling delights of childhood, secret worlds, and wandering love. Zoe Lewis will entertain you in a way you have never experienced and she will leave you wanting more.
Opening: The Wahooligans who have performed at the Lone Star Uke Fest at BOTH the 2010 and 2011 Festivals. They are also a PROUD SPONSOR of Dallas Ukulele Headquarters. David Hendley, John Smith and Dirje Smith bring a mix of old-time vaudeville instrumentation, costumes, and jokes with New Age sensibility.
Zoe Lewis Website: http://www.zoelewis.c...
The Wahooligans Website: http://www.thewahooli...