Center for the Arts
Opera House built in 1868 on the historic square in Pulaski, Tennessee
Introducing Professor & the Bull
“They are Ole Souls in young bodies,” as described by a longtime fan…
Destiny requires that these two clean-cut talented gentlemen work hard at being more than singing musicians It requires them to be performers who entertain, marching to their own beat and placing their footprints alongside the great legends in the world of music and entertainment.
What to expect at the Dec. 23 event at STAAR...
Sounds of great Vocals, Guitar, Drums and Washboard (AKA The Bull Board); music and clean comedy you don’t have to think about, easy laughing. Easy listening, toe-tapping, finger-snapping, gushy love songs; a stout original instrumental, “The Bull Dance”; and from time to time you will hear a classic such as “Sugarfoot Rag” (written and made popular by Hank Sugarfoot Garland ).
Nashville Today" First Appearance
Professor and the Bulls’ first public presentation was on 650 AM WSM Radio’s “Nashville Today” program hosted by Devon O’Day. This particular show was co-hosted by Eddie Stubbs. Eddie’s first question was, “Do you do any Uncle Dave Macon?” “No we don’t,” was the response. Should he ask the question today the answer is, “Yes we do!”
What the fans are saying...
“Boy, he sure can play that guitar.”
“Did you hear all of those different wonderful sounds from that Washboard?”
“They are entertainers!”
“The Bull is such fun to watch and listen to.”
“They made me feel like I was in Disney World!”
Who should come to the show?
The very young love Professor and The Bull. The very young-at-heart move with the groove! Whichever age group you fall into they have a tune for you. What type of music style do they do? Their own, tailored from all of the different styles from the 1920s until today.
STAAAR Theatre Box Office at Pierchoski Estate Law, 105 North First Street, Pulaski, TN.
103 N. First St., Pulaski, Tenn. 38478
or call 931-363-7222
Here's a peek inside STAAR Theatre.