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Had another life-changing morning at the Oshkosh Sun Dial during the Farmer’s Market. Thank you everyone for your love and support!
Wow! I have no words to describe how incredible this summer has been so far, though I truly wouldn’t be where I am today without my amazing supporters. God bless.
Here are some highlights of the Hearts to Heroes ride that I performed at. The morning celebration and send-off was at Fond Du Lac’s Harley Davidson dealership.
I was sooo happy to sing this song on Saturday.
SO EXCITED to perform this summer!! Here’s my calendar…
- June 10 – Fond Du Lac Harley Dealership (Patriotic charity ride)
- June 22 – McFarland Arnold Larson Park (Sundaes on Thursdays 6PM)
- June 24 – Oshkosh Sundial (Opera House Square)
- July 1 – Oshkosh Sundial (Opera House Square)
- July 8 – Oshkosh Sundial (Opera House Square)
- July 22 – Oshkosh Sundial (Opera House Square)
- July 23 – Winneconne (Sovereign State Days playing at Frugal Fashion)
- July 31 – Oshkosh Music Fest (I’m at Action DW/Frugal Fashion-Oshkosh)
- August 12 – Oshkosh Sundial (Opera House Square) (if not a rain date for Chalk Walk)
- August 16 – Appleton College Ave (Creative Parklet in 200 block)
- August 18 – Appleton College Ave (Creative Parklet in 200 block)
- August 26 – Oshkosh Gus Macker Main St. basketball tourney
- September 2 – Oshkosh Sundial (Opera House Square)
- September 9 – Oshkosh Sundial (Opera House Square)
- September 15 – Appleton College Ave (Creative Parklet in 200 block)
- September 16 – Private Wedding
- September 23 – Oshkosh Sundial (Opera House Square)
Thank you everyone who came to see me perform at the Sun Dial today. God bless you all. For those who couldn’t make it, here’s a peek at one of my songs by Twenty One Pilots called House of Gold.
You might remember that I wrote this song a couple of years ago after being bullied. I was recently approached by Steven Heil to create a music video. We decided to slow it down and actually have me play my uke.
Suicide awareness is something that caught my attention when I first sang the National Anthem at an annual charity event in Oshkosh Wisconsin. –Photos of kids were displayed and many grieving parents and supporters attended. Please share this video with people important to you. Most especially, if you know someone who is in trouble, please BE their ukulele.
Thank you to all the ukuleles who look out for people in trouble. Luv, Franki