WGBH presents BostonTalks: A Little Bit Country
Country music has taken Boston by storm—and we are fully on board! Even Ken Burns has a new documentary coming out next month. Embrace your love for country music, hear the local history and learn a dance at this month’s BostonTalks Happy Hour.
Singer-songwriter Grace Morrison got her start as a backup singer for rock musicians like Eddie Money. She now travels nationally performing the country-folk-roots music she writes.
Berklee College of Music professor Joel Schwindt believes that music is a way for people from different backgrounds to express themselves and come together. Country music is no exception.
Line dance choreographer and Instructor April Barker had a passion for dance from a young age, but being from the Northeast, she never imaged country line dancing would be her forte. Join us in learning a few dance steps from April at this month’s BostonTalks.
BostonTalks is WGBH’s smarter happy hour. It’s smarter because we feature three short talks, and it’s happy hour because the entire event takes place in a bar-like setting with lots of casual conversation. BostonTalks Happy Hour is a networking-style event with limited seating.
You must be at least 21 with a valid ID to attend this event. Beer, wine and hard cider are available for purchase.
Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door.
Directions and Parking Information
WGBH offers free parking for visitors and events.
Photo Credit: Sheldon Golder