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Sunnyland Band: Roots of American Folk Music

Sunnyland Band: Roots of American Folk Music

Play in a band! 

Join Slim Harrison and the "Sunnyland Band" and play along on a variety of musical instruments: spoons, jugs, washboards, skiffleboards, limberjacks, washtub bass and more. Cosponsored by the Friends of George Mason Regional Library.

About Slim

For over 40 years, Slim has performed at schools, festivals, hoedowns and throwdowns all over North America and around the world. Considered a self-taught multi-instrumentalist, storyteller and barn dance caller, Slim learned a little bit from everyone he met as he traveled around country and around the world. His greatest joy is sharing the music and dances of America and the world with children and adults.

Slim has had the privilege of performing with Pete Seeger & Tao Rodriegez, Ola Belle Reed & Family, John Jackson, Patsy Montana, Blind Rev. Pearly Brown, Ella Jenkins, Keter Betts, Jean Ritchie, John "Kinderman" Taylor, Ralph Lee Smith, Guy Davis and numerous other musicians at festivals, conferences, hoedowns, house concerts and street corners.


This program is appropriate for kids ages 4-11. Register by clicking on the "Begin Registration" button (below).

Saturday, December 17, 2022
11:00am - 12:00pm
George Mason Meeting Room
Library Branch:
George Mason Regional Library
Presentation\Performance Winter Reading Challenge
  School Age Children  

Registration is required. There are no seats available but a waiting list is available.

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