A lot can be said with 4 strings.

On March 1st, 2014, Nathan and Keith joined Kirby Easler and Dustin Ashenfelder on stage at the beautiful Winyah Auditorium in historic Georgetown, South Carolina.  Each musician took turns introducing and performing songs during the 90 minute concert.  Nathan joined his Dad on classical guitar for a couple of J.S.Bach duets, and then did a solo rendition of Jake Shimabukuro's ukelele show-stopper, Dragon. More than a few were caught off guard as Nathan stretched the expected boundaries of the instrument. (Click here for the video courtesy of Donald Cowart)  It was a beautiful theater, wonderful audience, and a privileged opportunity, indeed.  It was a night to remember.

Nathan warms up on the ukelele before the show.

Nathan and Keith take a brief time out to just enjoy the moment.

20 minutes until show time, Nathan gets in a little last minute practice before the show.

The stage is set.

Nathan is feeling some good vibes during the sound check.

 The Fellowship of the Strings  Dustin, Nathan, Keith & Kirby

Nathan and Dad perform Bach's beautiful "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring."

Signing autographs...as Mark Knopfler of Dire Staits puts it. "That ain't working."

There's nothing quite like a good stage, and a great audience.

"The secret to leaving them wanting more is a good hat shadow across the eyes."

A classical interlude for a night of fingerstyle guitar.

Fellowship of the Strings

Photo Courtesy: Jennifer Easler

Photo Courtesy: Donald Cowart

Photo Courtesy: Donald Cowart

Photo Courtesy: Jennifer Easler

Photo Courtesy: Jennifer Easler

Photo Courtesy: Jennifer Easler

Keith "uplugged" on his Ramirez Classical

View from the front row.

Keith and Nathan making music.

Nathan's ukelele close up.

Nathan switches instruments

Taking a bow.

Photo Courtesy: Donald Cowart

Photo Courtesy: Donald Cowart

Photo Courtesy: Donald Cowart

Photo Courtesy: Donald Cowart

Photo Courtesy: Donald Cowart

Photo Courtesy: Donald Cowart