The Not-So-Secret Family Show! feat. Aaron Nigel Smith & Tallulah's Daddy

The Not-So-Secret Family Show! feat. Aaron Nigel Smith & Tallulah's Daddy

Sun, December 16, 2018

Doors: 12:45 pm / Show: 1:00 pm (event ends at 3:00 pm)

This event is all ages

A special show at a special time! Highly proclaimed international children's performer, reggae musician, and activist, Aaron Nigel Smith, makes a rare Portland experience to perform with Matt Lynch of Tallula's Daddy! 

Free admission for those too young to walk!

The Not-So-Secret Family Show! - (Set time: 1:00 PM)
The Not-So-Secret Family Show!
Introducing The Not-So Secret Family Show every Sunday afternoon from 4 to 6PM at the Secret Society!

Featuring a rotating lineup of Portland's finest family performers for the kids & showcasing Portland's best singer/songwriters for the grown-ups! Full bar& menu available!

$8 per walking human, all ages welcome.
Tallulah's Daddy - (Set time: 1:00 PM)
Tallulah's Daddy
Tallulah's Daddy, aka Matt Lynch, has been playing music since he was seven-years-old. He's played in bands across the country, in a variety of styles including funk, reggae, ska, jazz, rock and more. He's taught lessons to kids and adults, and has worked at camps and vocational training programs for children and adults with developmental disabilities. He can teach you to play by ear or sight-read written music. He's been playing children's music on his own and with some of Portland's favorite kindie bands and loves every minute of it!
Aaron Nigel Smith - (Set time: 1:00 PM)
Aaron Nigel Smith
For the past 15 years Aaron Nigel Smith has worked to educate, empower and entertain to youth and families around the world. He teaches chorus & drumming in Oregon & Washington through 1 World Chorus, Young Audiences, and the Right Brain Initiative.

In 2005, Aaron’s debut CD release, Let’s Pretend, won the NAPPA & IParenting Media Awards. His 2010 CD "Everyone Loves to Dance, received a Parents’ Choice Award and recognition in People Magazine. In 2009 he collaborated with Ziggy Marley on a Bob Marley children’s record, B is for Bob. Aaron Nigel Smith joined the cast of the PBS Kids show, Between the Lions in 2008.

In 2009 Aaron and his wife of 19 years Diedre, formed the non-profit One World Chorus with the goal of building bridges internationally through choral singing. There are currently children involved in Portland, Los Angeles, New York, Kenya & Jamaica. In 2012 One World Chorus released a debut CD, Welcome to the Village, to critical acclaim. People Magazine and USA today recognized the project as one of the best children’s releases of the year and the CD received a Parents’ Choice Award! The 2015 release, Celebrating Bob Marley spent several weeks on the Billboard reggae charts.

The Rox in Sox Children’s Music & Book Festival is a project that Aaron spearheaded. During this free charity event, families in the US & Jamaica enjoy a day a free world class music, authors, family friendly activities and food vendors. Socks, shoes and books are donated at the entrance of the event in the US and distributed to youth in Jamaica & Kenya.

Aaron also works with Ben & Jerry’s, The Bob Marley Foundation and PYE Global to organize the One Love Youth Camp. This special project brings youth from rural and urban Jamaica together for a week long camp that encourages creativity, empowerment and conflict resolution.
Venue Information:
The Secret Society
116 NE Russell
Portland, OR, 97212