UkeTube: Best of 2009 So Far

Since I’ve been busy battling Mafia goons, shooting rabid dogs and swimming round Venice in hotpants I haven’t been keeping up with new videos, so I thought I’d knock together a post of my favourite uke videos of the year so far. Feel free to chime in with you faves and call me an asshat for not including them.

For the record, my favourite non-uke videos of the year so far are The Tallest Man on Earth in the Secret Garden, Emily Elbert’s Silent Time and Dead Weather’s Treat Me Like Your Mother

John King and James Hill – Larry O’Gaff & Swallowtail Jigs

Sophie Madeleine – Take Your Love With Me

Peggy Sue – Lover Gone

Ukulelezo – Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun

Watercolor Paintings – Telephone Wires

The Bobby McGee’s – Go, Tiger, Go!

The Pyles – Boxcar

Tristen – Baby Drugs

Sarah Kinlaw – For Now

Todd Baio – No Tears in Heaven

Melissa Polinar – Beyond The Blue Horizon

Brianna Price – Drip Drop

Dent May and His Magnificent Ukulele – Meet Me in the Garden

Rocky and Balls – I Heart You Online

tUnE-YaRdS

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  1. todd September 17th, 2009 4:07 pm

    “swimming around venice in hotpants” LoL…sweet…

    i need to check out Brianna and Dent’s videos…

    cheers,

    todd

  2. todd September 17th, 2009 4:08 pm

    btw,

    i’m stoked you put the vid for my late cousin up there….

    thanks so much,

    todd

  3. Woodshed September 18th, 2009 4:44 pm

    todd: That was an excellent performance you put in.

  4. Ron Hale December 27th, 2009 4:49 am

    Favorite non-uke musical video of 2009 -

    UNITED BREAKS GUITARS

    Over 6 1/2 million views, so somebody else must like it, too.

    Favorite Uke Video –

    Tippy Canoe and the Paddlemen Mass Transmissions Music Video

    Earned my top spot in Jan. and never gave it up. SF Bay Area’s finest (along with the Corner Laughers)…

  5. Ron Hale December 29th, 2009 10:16 am

    Very nice new non-uke video-

    Smoke Fairies Tour Video Sunshine

  6. Woodshed December 30th, 2009 11:26 am

    Ron: The Smoke Fairies are a great band. They’ve recently been recording with Jack White.

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