Historic ‘Slack Key’ show comes to Edmonds
|Edmonds Center for the Arts|
|410 Fourth Ave., Edmonds, WA|
|Mar 10, 2013|
On March 10, after 30 years of success in Hawaii on the islands
of O'ahu, Mau'i, Hawai'i (Big Island), and Kaua'i, the Ki-ho'alu
Foundation is bringing to Edmonds the "Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival "Edmonds' Style 2013."
This special show will showcase two time Grammy Nominees LT Smooth, Bobby Moderow, Stephen Inglis, Paul Togioka, Walter Keale,
and Chris Lau.
The show begins at 3 p.m., at the Edmonds' Center For The Performing Arts. Slack Key Guitar is a 182-year-old guitar art form that started in Hawaii in 1830.
For more information on the history of the festival and the history of the art form (kihoalu), please visit www.slackkeyfestival.com.
All proceeds to benefit the Ki-ho'alu Foundation which is a 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit Charitable Organization.