Ukulele Music Reviews

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Edward Hernandez – Better Late Than Never

A multi instrumentalist with a penchant for ukulele and bass guitar… ah, a man truly on my wavelength! This six track release promises a diverse mix of styles from a guy with a diverse musical background ranging from metal to American… Continue Reading →

Jeff Saxon – The Ukulele Project

Accomplished musician, teacher and songwriter Jeff Saxon has over fifty music awards to his name and has shared a stage with the electrifying charisma of Little Richard and the sensational saxophone sound of Dave Koz. With a passion for jazz, blues and… Continue Reading →

Pete Moss – Curiosity

On and off, Pete Moss has been playing the ukulele for a mere 45 years. Clearly then, this collection of laid back instrumental standards is going to be rather good! My objective was to create a companion CD that wasn’t too intrusive I… Continue Reading →

Ryo Montgomery – Don’t Hold Back

Last week was quite the normal week. A little rain, a little sunshine, and a whole pile of work to get through. For a little light relief I hopped over to Facebook and came across this video po...

The Ukulele Uff and Lonesome Dave Trio

Liverpool’s musical heritage needs little introduction to anyone who hasn’t been living on Mars for the last 60 years. Whilst The Ukulele Uff and Lonesome Dave Trio don’t slot into the customary jigsaw one normally associates with the region’s creative culture, this album… Continue Reading →

Lyle Ritz – No Frills

Lyle Ritz is a ukulele player who shouldn’t need an introduction to any self respecting uke player indeed to many he is the Father of ukulele jazz. “No Frills” (2005) is jazz stripped down to it’s very soul focusing on Ritz’s… Continue Reading →

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