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Ukulele Groups – I would love to hear from you!

It has only been a few days since my previous blog post where I talked about the impact the Coronavirus will be having on those of you who are missing your regular, ukulele club meet ups – yet, even in that short time the situation has developed further and social distancing has become critical in our fight against this awful virus.

In an effort to try to provide a bit of distraction from all of this, I would love to hear from Ukulele Clubs and feature them on this blog. It would be great to hear the story of your club – how it all started, who are the wonderful characters that attend, what makes it so special, etc, and any live performance videos which I could share.

A big part of what makes the ukulele such an amazing instrument, are the fun, supportive communities which it helps to create.

In these deeply worrying times, it would be great to have some positive stories to share, so if you are interested please send an email to matt@noahukuleles.com

Take care of yourselves.


1 Comment

  • Chris Dicken April 14, 2020 Reply

    Hi Matt
    In reply to your question about how groups are managing during the current crisis – we have resorted to Bandhub.com. We tried other apps and sites for a live experience, but didn’t like the lag involved. With Bandhub, we can add tracks to a collaborative song as, and when, we like to create a collage-style video. Although we’re not playing live as a whole group, the end product is as close as we can manage. So far, we’ve done 3 videos, with more in the pipeline. Well worth other groups having a look at the site/app.
    Hope you’re well.
    Chris Dicken (Noah Mahogony Tenor)

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