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  • Join us live and in person for an intimate concert with the blues stylings of multi-instrumentalist, performer, educator, author, and longtime friend of Elderly Instruments, Lil Rev! 

    The concert will begin shortly after our regular store hours, around 7:30pm. Do not miss this one!

     
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Lil Rev is an award-winning educator, multi-instrumentalist, author, and entertainer who travels North America & Canada teaching and performing at ukulele festivals, music stories, camps, and clubs. He's known as one of the foremost instructors on strum-hand techniques and his penchant for roots styles including blues, bluegrass, folk and old time make him one of the busiest instructors in the country. 

Often thought to be a music historian, Lil Rev writes a regular ukulele column for UKE magazine (U.K.) and is a regular contributor to numerous other music journals, sharing his love for teaching and an abiding interest in American music history as well. 

Lil Rev Live in Concert | March 31 | 7:30pm

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Join us live and in person for an intimate concert with the blues stylings of multi-instrumentalist, performer, educator, author, and longtime friend of Elderly Instruments, Lil Rev! 

The concert will begin shortly after our regular store hours, around 7:30pm. Do not miss this one!

 
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Lil Rev is an award-winning educator, multi-instrumentalist, author, and entertainer who travels North America & Canada teaching and performing at ukulele festivals, music stories, camps, and clubs. He's known as one of the foremost instructors on strum-hand techniques and his penchant for roots styles including blues, bluegrass, folk and old time make him one of the busiest instructors in the country. 

Often thought to be a music historian, Lil Rev writes a regular ukulele column for UKE magazine (U.K.) and is a regular contributor to numerous other music journals, sharing his love for teaching and an abiding interest in American music history as well.