Category Archives: Uke – Events & In The Media
Here are a few videos that have been published about the GSUF, to give you a flavour of the event. Others are still being put online so do have a look round if you’re interested in seeing more. Thanks to the people credited for the use of their YouTubes.
Ben Rouse – who was also one of the main organisers of the festival – at the Kings Theatre, Saturday afternoon (filmed by Fiona Martin, who has a great selection on her channel, including a compilation showreel of all the Saturday performances):
Aldrine Guerrero playing Carlos Santana at the Kings Theatre on the Saturday evening (filmed by Bic Pentameter):
Late Night Ukulele Cabaret at the Wedgewood Rooms – Tricity Vogue & the class from her earlier songwriting workshop sing their newly-penned ditty Do The Wedgewood Bend:
Easy Like a Sunday Morning at The Wine Vaults – Bye Bye Blues performed by Peter Moss, Michael Adcock and Phil Doleman (filmed by Dave Johnson, who has caught a couple more from that excellent jamming session):
The final Mass Strumalong at the Wedgwood Rooms with the Pompey Pluckers (another by Fiona Martin). If you’re eagle-eyed you may spot Bob & me in there!
Ahoy there, me fine uke strummin’ mateys! It be International Talk Like A Pirate Day again. (I be nothin’ if not predicatble, yarr!)
Long Jeanette Silver
If you like listening to or playing the uke, if you like meeting fun-loving, friendly and knowledgeable people, all in the heart of the beautiful Suffolk countryside, then Hollesley Ukulele Jamboree was the place to be. Read the rest of this entry »
PLUC founder, Simon, recently spotted an article in the Guardian by BBC Radio 6 Music’s Cerys Matthews, aka Dr Crotchety, on her top twelve populist ukulele songs. In true form, we only play one of these (see if you can guess which of our numbers it might be, before checking out the link).