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Rufus2 Tue 07-Jan-20 02:38:28

www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLgJ7pk0X-s&list=RDpLgJ7pk0X-s&index=1

Namsnanny Tue 07-Jan-20 03:34:16

They're really good Rufus2 … how did you come across them?

BradfordLass72 Tue 07-Jan-20 03:39:10

They are brilliant aren't they? Love that particular song too.

I guess the title of the song refers to us GNetters?

Namsnanny Tue 07-Jan-20 03:58:37

Speak for yourself!! shockgrin

BradfordLass72 Tue 07-Jan-20 04:09:05

Namsnanny grin I'm a bit of all three !

Yiayia4 Tue 07-Jan-20 07:08:00

Very good

Yorksherlass Tue 07-Jan-20 08:44:01

Great 👍🏻

Rufus2 Tue 07-Jan-20 09:14:33

Source; Webster's Weekly Newsletter (free, of course! smile
He also contributes a monthly comp. article to "The Oldie" mag. (UK). No!; I don't get a commission.! grin
I think (hope) this link leads to an application form for his newsletter, but if it's only the performance you need, try YouTube. Good Luck

askwebster.us1.list-manage.com/profile?u=c04534ecbfa9fed79175a4154&id=0e243adbf5&e=4379a26e12

Nortsat46 Tue 07-Jan-20 10:29:18

Lovely - thank you.
We saw the Ukulele Orchestra many years ago at the Drill Hall in London. Very enjoyable and funny.

The uke is an extraordinarily versatile little instrument, I have heard lovely classical arrangements played in it (JS Bach, Pachelbel etc) and it’s a great starter instrument for young ones.

Rufus2 Tue 07-Jan-20 12:25:29

The uke is an extraordinarily versatile little instrument
When I saw this I immediately thought of NfkDumpling, of window cleaning fame, who once had George Formby as a neighbour so naturally she's always up the ladder singing "When I"m cleaning windows, " without a uke, I hope! grin

makemineajammiedodger Tue 07-Jan-20 12:30:35

love love love UO! saw them at a folk festival a couple of years ago, and they inspired me to learn to play! I am pretty rubbish, have no musical experience at all, but I can strum out a tune or two and am thoroughly enjoying it! Learning along with my 7 yr old grandson!

Lizbethann55 Tue 07-Jan-20 22:52:34

We saw them a few months ago in Manchester. They were amazing. We hadn't seen them before and hadn't quite known what to expect. We were not disappointed! My husband plays the ukulele and I bought him a banjolele for Christmas.