Today’s post is a surely akward attempt to fill the emptiness caused by the long absence of Uke Hunt posts and Saturday Uke Tubes as well as a means to let Al, the awsomest ukulele blogger, know how much we are all impatiently awaiting his return.
Krouk and Reno (France) in a cover of 1926 Blue Skies by Irving Berlin on a UB3 Gibson banjolele and Beltona soprano ukulele:
Esther and her Korean musical adventure from Canada
Well worth it, a ukulele original called Not Worth It by sisters Shannon and Sarah (USA)
An instrumental by Rick (USA) called the Vita Tune, played on a Roy Smeck ‘Vita-Uke’, a ukulele that really makes me dream…
Skillful playing by classical uker Valéry Sauvage (France) of a Bach Cantata, the Cantata BWV147 on a long-neck Koaloha soprano.
And finally a funny video montage of The Lumberjack song, a Monty Python ukulele cover by BornagainJeeper (USA)