James Hill is a ukulele virtuoso. Perhaps ukulele and virtuoso in the same sentence seems an oxymoron, but the best way to learn the truth of the statement is come to St. Andrews by the Sea Episcopal Church in Nags Head Nags Head, Sunday May 7 as the Bryan Cultural Series brings James Hill and the genius of his ukulele performance to the Outer Banks. The performance will begin at 4:00 p.m.
Hill has been hooked on the instrument ever since he was introduced to it in the fourth grade in his childhood home of Langley, British Columbia.
Since that early initiation into world of what is often considered a simple instrument to play, Hill has taken the ukulele to places few dare to go. He rocks out to Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin; jazz—he does that as well. Blues, of course. Even a touch of Michael Jackson and some country thrown in.
And he does it all with a wry and subtle sense of humor that puts the audience at ease and gets everyone ready to sit back and be amazed.
Brought to the Outer Banks by the Bryan Cultural Series, Hill’s musicianship and personality make this a perfect afternoon treat the whole family will enjoy. With his extraordinary repertoire of music and his ability to recreate just about any sound on his instrument, his performance is sure to have everyone leaving with a bounce in their step and a smile.
James Hill’s performance will be at St. Andrews by the Sea Episcopal Church in Nags Head on Sunday, May 7 at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets for the event are $15.00 and are available at Gray’s Department Store, 3860 N. Croatan Highway; Kitty Hawk; Sea Green Gallery, 2404 S. Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head; Downtown Books, 105 Sir Walter Raleigh St., Manteo and Island Bookstore, Scarborough Faire Shops. 1177 Duck Road, Duck. Tickets may also be purchased online at Brown Paper Bag Tickets.
For more information about the Bryan Cultural Series and to find more information about the James Hill concert visit bryanculturalseries.org.
Towne Bank of Currituck, OBX Chevrolet Buick, Ramada Plaza Hotel of Kill Devil Hills, and Hilton Garden Inn of Kitty Hawk provide substantial support for this cultural offering of events.
The Bryan Cultural Series is a non-profit organization formed in 2012. The board of directors is composed of nine community leaders dedicated to offering a series of high-quality cultural events. These events will include a variety of visual, literary, and performing arts. The board strives to glean from the talent that has attained regional as well as national recognition to maintain a high standard.
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