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Manchester Music

Manchester is the heart of the UK’s music scene. And it’s hosted some legendary moments in live music including Bob Dylan’s Judas moment at the Free Trade Hall, the Sex Pistols gig at the Lesser Free Trade Hall (sparking the music careers of the Buzzcocks, Morrissey, Mark E Smith, Jay Division and Magazine), the epicentre […]

Friday Links

The online portion of the Art on a Ukulele campaign has kicked off with proceeds going to The Hepatitis C Trust. There are various levels of reward. I’ve gone for the Art on a Plectrum and have my fingers crossed for a Pam Glew eye-pick that will go great with my collection of Illuminati memorabilia. […]

Friday Links: Banjoleles, Surf and Depression

Ukes – New Zealand maker Duke have launched a Kickstarter for their tenor DUKE10 acoustic/electric banjolele – A collection of plastic ukes via Antebellum Instruments with the classic Emenee Flamingo and Mastro TV Pal. Plus the not so classic Mattel Strum Fun Getar. – Custom KoAloha Red Label. – Kula “Fisherman” tenor. – Hive’s redwood […]

Friday Links: Art on a Postcard, Irish Tunes

Jonathan Lewis launched his excellent and challenging ebook Irish Tunes for Campanella Ukulele a couple of years ago with a guest post about campanella ukulele. It was well worth a buy then and he’s been adding to it since and he’s just updated to the final version which includes 40 tunes (16 jigs, 11 reels, […]

Friday Links

Videos – Mandy Harvey: singer and ukulelist who has been deaf since 18. – Taimane has tips for travelling with your ukulele. – Manitoba Hal on spicing up your blues. – Hawaii Music Supply visits the Pono factory. Ukes – Some fancy fret marker inlay from Ko’olau: shark fin style and wifi style. – Hive […]

Friday Links: New Ukes, Humidity and Pasties

The Ukulele Site has an extensive post on ukuleles and humidity. Ukulele rapper has a pasty named after him. Ukes – Lichty document making a steel-string baritone for Richie Williams of the UOGB. – Newfangled uke by Murray Kuun. – G-string Custom Sun Inlay. – Hive ukulele and amp. Images – Playing ukulele for the […]

Friday Links: Looping Ukulele, Dogs and Rihanna

Videos – Manitoba Hal has some tips for using a looping pedal with your ukulele. – Rachel Manke tests out Ohana’s Martin Style 3 copies. – Lorraine Bow of Learn to Uke chats with James Hill and Anne Janelle. And her group recently Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. – Ukulelia spots some ukuleles at the South Pole. […]

Luthiers for a Cause

Luthiers for a Cause is a new project bringing together six incredible luthiers (Steve Grimes, Beau Hannam, John S Kinnard, Jay Lichty, Jake Maclay and Joji Yoshida) and two trees nicknamed The Tree and Lucky Strike. These luthiers will each build a ukulele and sell it to benefit The Ukulele Kids Club. If you can’t […]

Friday Links: New Books, Records and Ukes

New Releases The Ukulele 2017 Spotify playlist is up and running with early contributions from Keston Cobblers Club, The Bookshop Band, Ukulele Sunnyboy and plenty more. Plus plenty of other Spotify playlists here. – Manitoba Hal double album Live in Ghent. – Craig Robertson’s Jungle Logic. – Brit Rodriguez’s The Little Song. Ukes – Chinese […]

Ukuleles at NAMM 2017: Kala, Martin, Ohana, RISA

The music instrument industry had its big shindig recently and there were plenty of new ukuleles being shown off. – Kala have gone all out on visual impact with the parquet flooring ukulele and the Kala Salt & Pepper Dog Hair Mahogany. They’ve also taken their bass ukes to the next stage with a one […]

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