Levee Singers Return to Pocket Sandwich Theatre

Ed Bernet plays his banjo in his living room. His band, the Levee Singers, has performed in the Park Cities Fourth of July Parade for at least 40 years, he said. (Staff photos: Elizabeth Ygartua)

Ed Bernet plays his banjo in his living room in July. (Staff photo: Elizabeth Ygartua)

It’s not often that I get a private concert during an interview, but when I asked music-man Ed Bernet to pose with his banjo for a photo in early July, the humble and consummate musician started plucking away.

He played for a good 5 minutes while I tried to concentrate on taking his photo and not dancing/clapping along. It was a pretty catchy little ditty.

Bernet and his band, the Levee Singers, will be playing at the Pocket Sandwich Theatre next Tuesday, Aug. 27 at 7:30 p.m. If his solo performance was any indication of things to come, you won’t want to miss this performance. Seating and food/beverage service will start at 6:15 p.m. Tickets are $22.

Shannon Dickinson, one of the owners of the Pocket Sandwich Theatre, said that most of the shows sell out. To reserve your tickets, call 214-821-1860.

By Elizabeth Ygartua Aug. 23, 2013 | 11:45 am | No Comments | Comments RSS
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