Noah Ukuleles featured on Ukulele Go!

There are a lot of great ukulele websites out there.  Generally speaking, my first port of call for uke-related matters and possibly the best known one is Barry Maz’s excellent Got a Ukulele site. I love Barry’s site – it’s a great resource for ukulele players of all abilities, covering all manner of things from […]

Competition winner announced / January Sale!

Christmas Ukulele Giveaway – winner announced! The draw to win a Noah Mahogany Concert ukulele was made on Christmas day and the winner was announced on my facebook page by my son, Noah. It’s becoming something of a Christmas tradition – and it’s nice to look back on the previous years video announcement to see […]

Exciting news from Noah Ukuleles HQ!

It’s time for a long-overdue blog post to let everyone know what exciting things have been going on at Noah Ukuleles. Firstly, the website has had a slight makeover – no major changes but most importantly, the Baritone and Campanella (Super Concert) models which proved to be a big hit at summer ukulele festivals are […]

Ukulele Festival Season 2016!

The festival season is now upon us! After great weekends at GNUF and Winchester – who did an amazing job for their first ever festival – I spent Saturday at the Ukulele Festival of Great Britain in Cheltenham. With this being my fourth year exhibiting there, it was great to see so many friendly faces, […]

Introducing the new Noah Baritone!

It’s been an exciting week at Noah HQ – lots of new ukuleles have arrived  ahead of what is going to be a busy and exciting summer at various ukulele festivals around the country. After lots of requests over the past couple of years, I’ve finally added a baritone to the Noah range. As with […]

A happy competition winner!

Today I received this picture and some nice words from Stuart McCrea – the lucky winner of the first ever Noah Mahogany Series Tenor, which had been signed by a host of Ukulele performers. Here’s what Stuart had to say about his new uke: ” I absolutely love my new uke. I haven’t been able […]