No Whispering Allowed
Next Saturday, June 14th, 2014, I will be breaking the rules at Selby Library. I will not be quiet! In fact, I will be plugging in my electric guitar and cranking up the volume. Although it sounds as if I’m being a rebellious teenager, that isn’t the case at all. I actually have permission.
In other words it is Selby Library’s third annual Band Bash for teens. This is going to be an awesome event with five local teen bands performing various genres of music on stage in the center of the library. There will also be food, crafts, games, and a DJ. It is all free!
Consider this your personal invitation to come help us rock the Selby Library. The Savannah Brady Band (Sheree, Barnes, Jonathan Shrader, & Savannah Brady) is scheduled to be on stage at 7:30 although the event starts at 6:00 pm and goes until 11:00 pm. Of course it is primarily for teenagers, but anyone younger than twelve is welcome to join us as long as a parent comes along.
There is no doubt the five bands involved are going to shake the dust loose from the ceiling of the Selby Library. You definitely don’t want to miss this event so I’ll be looking for all of you. Let’s rock Sarasota!
Savannah will also be performing at the Ladies Sing the Blues event on 9/11/2014 at the Swordfish Grill.
Savannah Brady’s Bio:
15 years old, Savannah has studied violin for ten years and guitar for three years. Her violin teacher is Cynthia Wiley, guitar teacher is Jami Gee, and vocal coach is Kodi Sells. She has attended several Suzuki Violin workshops and Sarasota Youth Orchestra’s Summer with the Symphony programs. She has played violin with the North Port Symphony Orchestra, performed in Ladies Sing the Blues, and is a former member of the Jimi Gee Jr. All-Stars. This past winter she had the honor of playing with the Suncoast Super Strings under the direction of Itzhak Perlman. She currently fronts The Savannah Brady Band where she plays guitar and sings. Savannah has also received superior scores for nine consecutive years at the district festival through the Florida Federation of Music Clubs for violin solos. You can find Savannah playing and singing around the community at various venues.