Ukulele Highway

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Rose is driving solo on episode 7 of the Ukulele Highway Podcast. Just a good old fashioned chin wag. M.U.F. wrap up and, other Ukulele adventures Rose has been on, and plenty of music!
Ukulele teachers, what are they thinking?! Join me while I talk to experienced ukulele teachers Harry and Dan to find out.
Surprise! It's an extra episode of Ukulele Highway. It's a special episode for lovers of Chrissy Ukulele's music! Plus co-host Steve has a couple of suggestions for changes to the podcast. Who is Steve you may well ask....
Rose and Christine take a trip on the Ukulele Highway. They listen to music, share facts and trivia and have a good laugh about all things ukulele. Next up on this episode, an interview with Rose Turtle Ertler. Hear a poem written by Mohammad Ali Maleki and the song Rose Turtle Ertler wrote, inspired by Mohammad's poem. Most importantly hear the stories behind them.
This month on Ukulele Highway our conversation about songwriting continues with singer/songwriter/ ukulele player Chrissy.In this episode, you’ll discover a simple way to group chords that work together, get more ideas about approaches to songwriting and consider how to take inspiration from performers we admire.
If you’ve ever wondered how to write a song then this episode is for you! We hear from the multi-talented David Megarrity. In the ukulele world you would know him as a member of Tyrone & Lesley. David shares useful tips and insights on the songwriting process. His wisdom will inspire you to start writing!
It’s time for Melbourne Ukulele Festival (M.U.F.)! Join Dean Denham festival director and Rose as they dissect the festival and inspect its innards! Have your program at the ready so you can plan the weekend!
Rose chats with Jane Cafarella about her wonderful creation Uked! The play-along ukulele musical during it's world premiere in Guildford, Victoria, Australia.
Did you know that on the east coast of Australia there are 3 ukulele podcasts that you can listen to? If you want to know who, what, where and why we do what we do, this episode of Ukulele Highway is for you!
The Deni Uke Muster Festival. An epic weekend calls for an epic podcast! How did the Deni uke muster get started? How can you be a wiggle? What is the Custard strum? Get the answers to these burning questions and so much more in this episode of Ukulele Highway!
Rose and Dr Andi pull out onto the highway for the 1st time and cruise through some ukulele history, ephemera, a famous person who plays ukulele by night and a little about themselves. Then we take a sharp left and pull in for a beer with Dean Denham, Musical Director of Melbourne Ukulele Collective. Listen to this episode to discover the Four Noble Truths all emerging players need to know!
The Pop-Up Ukestra is a series of workshops facilitated by Anu Grace. It's designed to help players and groups develop skills and confidence in both singing and playing. They are hitting the road to travel Australia soon and will be coming to a town near you! If you want to know more about Anu Grace and how to organise a Pop-Up Ukestra for your community, then listen on!
Betty France is a musician and performer extraordinaire as well as a being a wonderful ukulele teacher. She is a doyenne of the Melbourne ukulele scene who puts her heart and soul into everything she does.In this conversation, we talk about how Betty discovered ukulele, being a ukulele player for a living and other random fun stuff.Do you want to perform with your ukulele? In this episode Betty shares tips and tricks to help you get ready to perform in front of a crowd.
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Sep 28th, 2018
Latest Episode
Sep 8th, 2019
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