Sunday, February 25 (Services at 9 and 11 a.m.) — “GPS 1.0” — Greg Tamblyn returns to UDB with more of his funny, insightful music messages. An award-winning speaker-humorist-singer-songwriter for over 20 years, Greg combines outstanding audience rapport with an irreverent sense if humor. He captivates audiences with a wealth of powerful material about the relationship of lifestyle, music and laughter to effectiveness and wellness.
Greg has become well known for his inspiring songs about the power of the human spirit, as well as his off-the-wall send-ups of modern life, such as the “Shootout at the I’m OK, You’re OK Corral,” “My Life is a Beer Commercial,” and “Type A-ness.”
Based for many years in Nashville, he now makes his home in Kansas City and performs throughout the world for a wide variety of groups interested in wellness.
Greg also will present a concert, “A Healthy Dose of Comic Relief,” at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Sanctuary. Suggested love offering is $15; no one will be turned away. This is a concert which will surely tickle your funny bone and make you say, “I’m glad I didn’t miss this.”