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Andydan – Rhythm & Sound

South Walian Andydan has only playing the ukulele for just over 12 months but has many years of performing under his belt. An accomplished synth guitarist Andy set sail to transpose his thermionic talents to the uke and commissioned an instrument from Marshall Stapleton,… Continue reading →

Ukulele Russ – Laundry

Well, it's happened again. Facebook said "hey Mike, check this out" (Thank you Mary!) and the skills, boundaries and all out talent to be found in the ukulele world has blown me away. Ladies an...

Astraluna – The Pass Of Storms

Astraluna is no stranger to stage and studio for solo artist Jennifer Birch has grounded experience in the music business having supplied backing vocals, rhythm guitar and keyboard at stadia and festivals across the world for fellow musician of the… Continue reading →

Jimmy Denis – Ukulele Circus

I do like the way Jimmy Denis describes himself, unassuming yet enticingly descriptive… Music composer and instructor on Solo Ukulele. Story Crafter. Mostly Human. Growing up with parents in the business, Jimmy was lucky enough to be around some of… Continue reading →

Eat My Uke – Rage Against The Machine

Ah Rage Against The Machine, a band like no other and certainly one of the greatest debut albums I ever heard. What if right, there was someon...

Ready for a Long Trip – Francesco Albertarazzi

Teacher and indeed ambassador of the ukulele in both its promotion and history in his very own Italy to Hawaii and beyond, Francesco Albertarazzi unmistakably has the tenor ukulele skills to match his passion. His new album “Ready For A… Continue reading →

Bex And Freda – From Where I Stand

I love EPs. In the neoteric digital age, music and artist are often condensed into a YouTube hit leaving you wanting much more or are immediately stretched to a full album which can, in some instances, hinder the ability to make… Continue reading →

Samantha Muir – Grant Us Peace

Samantha Muir's work is no stranger to Uke Planet and indeed we have in the past offered nothing but praise for her delightful

Ukulele Hope – Charity Sampler

One man band, Ramones fan and one slice of a musical trio, Crispy Jones has extended his repertoire further still by putting together a uke based sampler album to raise money for Médecins sans Frontières and UNO-Fluechtlingshilfe.  Charity compilations are a great thing. First… Continue reading →

Imelda May – Dreaming

I have to tell you something. Are you sitting down? Imelda May isn't a ukulele artist. She's an Irish musician with a tremendous voice with...

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