Each episode, Cameron Murray speaks with someone whose life has been changed by the ukulele, whether they be players, luthiers, collectors or fans.
Ukulele Stories: Victoria Vox
In this instalment, I chat with my friend Victoria Vox, who's been a fixture on the global ukulele scene for many years.
Ukulele Stories: William Preston Robertson
In this episode of Ukulele Stories, I chat with my friend William Preston Robertson, who wrote and co-directed the fantastic 2003 documentary film Rock That Uke.
Ukulele Stories: Gracie Terzian
Gracie Terzian is a ukulele-playing singer-songwriter and actor living in New York City. In our chat, we talk about the holidays, creativity and her preference for the unusual harp ukulele.
Ukulele Stories: Bobby Alu
Based in the beautiful coastal town of Byron Bay in southeastern Australia, Bobby Alu is as friendly and laidback as his tropical-flavoured music.
Ukulele Stories: Danielle Ate The Sandwich
Welcome to Episode 5 of Ukulele Stories! This time, my guest is fantastic US singer-songwriter Danielle Ate the Sandwich. A YouTube uke pioneer with a great sense of humour and a catalogue of skilfully crafted tunes, she has some excellent tips for aspiring musicians. I hope you enjoy our chat... And don't forget to follow and support Danielle online! Website danielleatethesandwich.comPatreonpatreon.com/DanielleAtetheSandwich YouTube youtube.com/user/daniellesmagic Facebook facebook.com/DanielleAtetheSandwich Instagram instagram.com/danielleatethesandwich Twitter twitter.com/atethesandwich
Ukulele Stories: Rose Turtle Ertler
Since she began performing with a uke in 2000, Rose has been a fixture on the Australian ukulele scene and has been instrumental - pun very much intended - in popularising the instrument Down Under. In 2004, she organised a concert called Ukulele Land on Sydney's famous Bondi Beach, which turned out to be quite a pivotal event.