London's record is safe for now. I see many familiar faces in here and I'm sure it was another moment of ukulele player comraderie and bliss. Jean, from the Berkeley Ukulele Club has a nice little cameo appearance. Ukulele Dick is amazing as always.
I wanted to create this blog as a place where I can store and retrieve information for future reference. I chose the name Humble Uker Ramblings because I have started out strumming my father's 1950's painted Harmony ukulele. I think that the greatest appeal of the ukulele as "the people's instrument" is it's humble simplicity. My contact email is HumbleUker@gmail.com. I have also been working on a blog for the Baritone Ukulele called Humble Baritonics.
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
San Francisco World Record Attempt...
Posted by HumbleUker at 4:21 PM
Labels: Andy Andrews, Ukulele Dick, World Record
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Hi Jeff, this was awesome! I am definitely going to purchase the documentary. Love it! Are you on Facebook? I posted this Ukulele Ike video of the girl with the cig. on my FB. I also put a link to your site on there, cuz I think folks would love it. I always enjoy this site. It is my favorite Uke site. Thanks again for all these amazing posts! JeanneReplyDelete
This is a really good and fun film -- so many of the people thare becoming the Uke Hollywood of recognized performers. Bill Tapia's life has spanned into all three mainland ukulele waves and is so much fun to see in person.ReplyDelete