Jake Shimabukuro: Life on Four Strings National PBS Broadcast Premiere, May 10

Make plans, set your DVRs and take note that the the PBS national broadcast premiere of Life on Four Strings, a documentary portrait of ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro, is going down this Friday, May 10 at 9:00pm (check your local listings). Three years in the making, award-winning filmmaker Tad Nakamura tells the heartfelt story of a musical sensation whose instrument of choice happens to be the ukulele. And he totally shreds. Take a look at the trailer:

A production of the Center for Asian American Media
and Pacific Islanders in Communications
Directed by Tadashi Nakamura
Watch trailer: www.lifeonfourstrings.com

PBS Broadcast Premiere
Friday, May 10, 2013 at 9:00p (check local listings)

Please set your DVRs! On your cable box search for “Jake Shimabukuro". Record in HD if possible.

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It's a pretty darn marvelous film, revealing the cultural and personal influences that have shaped Jake Shimabukuro as a man and musician. And dude, if you've never seen Jake play, this is going to blow your mind and completely change your understanding of what that little four-string instrument can do.

For more information on Life on Four Strings, check out the film's website and follow updates on Facebook. And tune in this Friday on PBS. (You can find your local PBS station by looking it up here.)

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