UKES


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UKESUnited Kingdom Evaluation Society
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"It's a showcase for all the student uke groups in the area," said Buck Mueller, an organizer of the event.
People will be able to watch ukulele bands, see luthier Pete Howlett building a ukulele at Station Road, Colwyn Bay, learn uke picking and blues, and join in with all the songs.
THE all-singing, all-strumming Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain is living proof that any type of music can sound great on a uke.
The uke's unique sound is another plus for kids and their stressed-out parents as well.
Tonight, in conjunction with this weekend's Asian Celebration, students in Monroe Middle School's Ukulele Club will join members of Iron Mango Orchestra for "An Evening of Aloha," a concert that benefits Ukes for Kids.
With their open tuning and small size, ukes are easy for beginners to make music on, McWhorter says.
Kenosha, WI, August 30, 2013 --(PR.com)-- HeliBars[R], America's premier designer and manufacturer of replacement motorcycle handlebar systems, will perform demos and installation of its patented, 4-way adjustable, Harley Horizon Multi-Axis replacement handlebars during The Motor Company's 110th Anniversary Celebration at Wisconsin's Oldest Harley dealership, Uke's in Kenosha, from August 28 through September 1.
Nick Canham started running Gwdihw Uke Jam back in 2010 as a centre for ukulele players of all abilities to get together to play.
The eighth annual gathering of student ukulele players - the Uke Jam - will entertain audiences on Saturday at Whirled Pies Downtown.
Students will strum to their hearts' content during Saturday's sixth annual Uke Jam at Cozmic.
Uke gotta see this show, especially if you're a little bored with your usual musical routine.
There are more players now than there have been since the uke's most recent heyday of the 1950s.