The ukulele has had a lot of bad press in recent times, relegated in most people’s minds to the realms of pre-school music lessons, quaint one-hit wonder pop singles, and Tuesday night, two-chord destroyers of Beatles’ songs, pub sessions. Admittedly, that last one might be my experience, but you get where I’m going with this.

But, as we all know, it isn’t about what instrument you play so much as what you do with it, so in the right pair of hands, even the humble ukulele can stand its ground…

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