Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Richard Starkey at Center for the Arts

The Nazareth Center for the Arts ( is proud to present Richard Starkey this Friday evening from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m.

Richard Starkey is a Nashville guitarist, vocalist, and Martin Guitar repairman, who has been entertaining audiences with his award winning flat-picking and vocals since the early 70's. Richard moved to Nashville to continue working with the company and to be closer to the heart of Bluegrass and acoustic music.

Richard Starkey is a true entertainer, offering a wide range of acoustic guitar picking and singing styles that will surely delight any audience. This show is free admission, with donations supporting the Center.

On Saturday, Kids for America will perform a special Armed Forces Day Show with proceeds benefiting the Center and local military families through Blue Star Mothers. The show begins at 6:00 p.m. and is free admission.

Parking is available on show nights at Lafayette Ambassador and KNBT banks. The Center is located on Belvidere Street between Main and Broad in the former Municipal and Police Department Building.

To view a complete list of upcoming shows with descriptions, visit our upcoming show gallery. You can view a video including clips from shows presented earlier this year and a slideshow of the Center before and after the renovation on our homepage.

Posted via email from Ross Nunamaker

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