Children’s Banjo Bonanza: Professor Smartypants plays the Coastal Children’s Museum on Sat May 17th.
Rockland- Bring out the Banjo! On May 17th at 11am the Coastal Children’s Museum presents a performance by Professor Smartypants A.K.A. Mark Horn. The good Professor prides himself on playing serious music about comical stuff. In the tradition of banjo-pickin’ humorists like Uncle Dave Macon and String Bean, Nashville instrumentalist and Grammy nominee, Mark Horn performs his family-friendly vaudeville revue at libraries and children's events around his new home in Maine. This show will take place above the Coastal Children’s Museum in the Sail Power Steam Museum.
“I love traditional country music and the stories it tells,” says the professor himself. He recorded his album "Learn Something New" in 2012 and His innovative banjo stylings can also be heard on Lonesome Bob’s record “Things Fall Apart”, on the tribute album “I Love: Tom T. Hall’s Songs of Fox Hollow”, and in regular performances of his comedy duo, the Mark & Mike Show. For more on Horn and his upcoming shows find him on Facebook at facebook.com/GoodProfessorSmartypants.
Tickets to the show, which is generously sponsored by the Coastal Children’s Museum “Sponsor of the Month” Camden National Bank, are not included in admission and are $1 for members and $2 for non-members. To reserve your tickets or for more information please call us at 596-0300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Coastal Children’s Museum and the Sail Power Steam Museum are located in Sharp’s Point South at 75 Mechanic Street in Rockland. They are open Wednesday through Saturday 10-4 and Sundays 1-4pm
IMG: “ Prof Smarty Lean” Photo courtesy of Mark Horn. Professor Smartypants will delight the audience on May 17th with banjo tunes new and old.
IMG: “prof smarty pants thumbs up”- photo courtesy of Mark Horn. Professor Smartypants pickin’ and grinnin’ at the Lithgow Library in Augusta.