Jozart’s guitar and mandolin instructor, Duane Galensky, had this to say about the upcoming Mad Hats & Friends show:
“Friends and Students,
(not that Students aren’t Friends, too!)
In case you haven’t heard, there’ll be a concert this Saturday at Jozart Center for the Arts in California. It’s a no-alcohol, family oriented event for all ages. Details are attached.
And in case you haven’t heard, Jozart is now a non-profit run by volunteers, and is truly a community owned and operated venue for local artists that we all can enjoy.
So come on out and support these fine performers and singer/songrwiters, and hear some exciting new original music as well as great interpretations of popular songs!
They’ll all be volunteering their time to put on a great show for you, and the low admission price that results from their generosity is for a great cause. No one profits one dime from this event — it’s all to help pay the bills so we all can see great shows like this in the future without having to travel to Pittsburgh.
In this day and age, you won’t find a better entertainment value, I assure you. Plus you can feel good about where your money went — it comes right back to you as a continuing patron of the Center. You just can’t lose on this one!
Plus, ticket holders get 10% off at Spuds the day of the show. What a bonus! Why not set aside the pots and pans and make it a family night out?
Let’s be honest. What were you planning on doing this Saturday night? Flipping channels? You already know nothing’s on. Darning your socks? Sounds lonlier than Father McKenzie getting dressed to bury Eleanor Rigby. Waiting for the Prize Patrol? Uh…let me break this to you gently…
No way! Life’s too short to squander on such trivialities. Instead, fly on down to sunny California and have yourself a mini-vacation, courtesy of Seamus, Nick, Kaitlin, Diane, and the Mad Hats. Bring your friends and neighbors along for the trip!”