For those not in the know, Rushad is the cellist from another planet. He’s a legend, clown, goblin, cello-shredder, acrobat, wild “jazz” vocalist, bundle of laughs, inventor of bluegrass cello, Grammy Nominee, time traveler, creator of worlds, Pentecostal dancer, proprietor of igwarfnees, president of Norwegian Ostrich Society, winner of some contest in 1725.
Rushad is truly a musical genius and he spends a lot of time exploring boundaries. While it may seem like he’s from another planet, he comes down to earth and plays at places like Carnegie Hall and The Kennedy Center. He was the first string player awarded a full scholarship to the Berklee college of music, and while still there he became their first active student ever to be nominated for a Grammy award. If you have never seen Rushad, now is your chance to witness greatness.
Note: Larger, more comfortable space and room for everyone, come one, come all! No reservations necessary, bring your friends and family and pay at the door! Please enter through the glass doors on 8th or from the parking lot on 9th. We’ll still have a potluck snack break at intermission, but please don’t bring alcohol (church regulation). This is kid friendly and encouraged, Rushad is inspirational. Cash preferred (checks made to Rushad Eggleston if you must)