Proceeds to be donated to the Doc Williams SPCA!!! $160
Many thanks to all the participants and folks that volunteered their time and in some cases drove many miles to help:
Cypress Gardens - Thank you to Cowboy, Lowell, Will, Dwight, Kathy, Loretta, Joann, Heather and the rest of the staff!! Thank you for providing the great venue and support!!
The V-Tones - Noodle, Eden, Darby, Jeff and Jeff Thank you Noodle for holding great workshops, helping me with the MC duties. Thank you and and the rest of the band for the great closing set!!
Kent Knorr from the North Carolina Ukulele Academy. Thank you for bringing the great selection of ukes and the wonderful set at 3pm. Fabulous music, great stories, I wish I could pick like you!!
Kathy and Woody Bach - Thank you for open mic and help with the set up and tear down. We will be performing with Kathy, Woody and Denise at the North Charleston Performing Arts Festival May 7, 2011 at Wannamaker Park
The Friends of Cypress Gardens - Thank you Joan Stearman, Hope Paul and Linda Martin for taking care of logistics and feeding the volunteers. I could not have put this on without your help. Joan and Hope also did the great paint job on the shaker Gords the the audience were shaking.
Lynn Mickelson - Our Bass bucket player. Thank you for all of the running around and setting up/tear down work!
Walt Smith - Thank you for helping us pack up and the photos!!
Denise Primel from East of Maui Thank you or supporting the festival and doing the cool Hula dancing during open mic!!
Mim - From Mims Ukes Thanks for coming down with all the cool ukes and performing at Open Mic, look out Madonna!!
Cheryl, my wife, for putting up with me for 33 years and doing such a great job singing, playing, decorating, loading/unloading making signs, flyer, etc.
I also wanted to thank the folks that got up at open mic!!! I'll be posting videos of all of you on the Festival Pics page in the left nav over the next few weeks.
Maggie and her dad Kirk, Eden, Sarah and her friend, Bruce, Guyton, Woody and Kathy, Mim and Dillon and the Hula dancers for the workshop