April 18, 2017

Blog

Having made a strong impression on Manchester’s Open Mic Scene as of late with her powerful voice, Emma recently celebrated her debut EP launch night at the Old Pint Pot in Salford. Let’s see what it’s like: The EP opens with the title track, and the slow paced percussive guitar
It is a pleasure that through my career thus far as a musician I have built an audience in Germany and Austria through my involvement with their ukulele scene in clubs and festivals. Recently at Ukulele Festival Obermörmoosen I saw two friends of mine engage in a fascinating project. The
With the recent news from Apple regarding the closure of iTunes, the download era is effectively over. We all know that a musician cannot live off streaming revenue, not unless you’re planning on collaborating with Drake anyway, but that doesn’t mean you should write off making money from your music.
At this year’s Grand Northern Ukulele Festival Kate And Her Baritone stunned audiences on the Uplugthewood Stage. The intimate atmosphere and the celebration of music allowed for a captivating performance that was received warmly by the GNUF audience, myself included. Following on from this showcase, Kate has a new album
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Robin Evans made the transformation from tea-drinking gentleman with a Guinness World Record to something completely different. Around a year ago, Robin unleashed his Down and Dirty Delta Blues style of music and to see him live has become an experience. Playing a suitcase for percussion and singing into a