This is LITTLE HOKUM RAG, the blog of artist Amy Crehore. NEWS: Upcoming shows Milan, Italy and Tokyo, Japan 2017 (image above from Blab Show 2016)
I love this little video where Matthew compares the sounds of 4 different vintage banjo ukes in his collection. Such a lovely instrument! Thanks Matthew!
Fantastic. It's good to see unique creations get the appreciation they deserve.Speaking of ukes, did you catch Zee Avi http://www.zeeavi.com/music/ on Studio 360, by any chance? More neat uke playing.
Still speaking of ukes, here's a photo I thought you might like of a uke book made by a student at Columbia College Chicago in the Book and Paper Arts program.http://www.flickr.com/photos/20918121@N06/2912852453/in/set-72157607758702780/
My final uke comment of the day is, "You can go herehttp://www.oldtownschool.org/classes/songs/session10_1.htmland hear E Huli Makou.It is a fun song. Lanialoha Lee taught it to us in five minutes and had fifty people strumming and singing. Good fun.
Hi Ted D!I'll check out your links!Glad you like this video of Matthew. I love the banjo uke!!
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