Another fun-packed show last night on Chorlton FM 87.7. Thanks to everyone who sent in tunes & to David for playing live in the studio (even if he did drop an f-bomb!). If you’re in Manchester, you can catch David along with last week’s guests Pyjama Party playing live at Dulcimer in Chorlton tomorrow night (Wed 25th May).
Big thanks as well to everyone who got involved & generally supported the show. It really wouldn’t have been the same without you all.
Apparently there have been some problems with the listen again feature, so I will be putting the shows up online myself once I’ve got hold of the audio. And I will do it this time, I promise.
So that’s it for another year, for Chorlton FM anyway (though they are still broadcasting until Sunday night). At least you don’t have long to wait for your next fix of ukulele music - Uke Hunt podcast #8 will be up next week on my favourite website featuring Helen Arney live in session!
Blimey! Thanks to everyone who tuned in tonight & for all the tweets, emails, reblogs & general big ups. The listen again facility isn’t quite working yet so there’s no repeat tonight on Chorlton FM. But apparently all the shows will be available soon online & will be accessible for the next 2 months, huzzah!
Thanks again to Pyjama Party for playing live & to all the artists who sent music in for me to play. I’ll be back next week for more of the same with David Leach live in session. So there’s still time to send me a tune to play but you have to be quick!
As you can see in my newest photos, I now wear a red collar. The red collar is used to indicate the female stray dogs, but the guys from the volunteer team for the Athens strays, that take care of me, didn’t have my usual blue collar. I am cool with that but I ordered for the next time a red and black collar
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again - I ♥ Rebel Dog!
The Ukulele! radio show will be broadcasting live on:
Mon 16th May, 8-9pm
Mon 23rd May, 8-9pm
CAR is a celebration of things happening in & around Chorlton, so I am particularly keen to hear from Manchester ukers. The plan is to feature a live session in each show so if you’re up for this, GET IN TOUCH.
If you’re involved in any ukulele events for Chorlton Arts Festival or anything uke-related in Manchester generally, LET ME KNOW!
The great thing about doing a radio show is that I can pretty much play what I like as the licenses are all paid for. SO SEND ME YOUR TUNES TO PLAY! You can do this via email or you can share with me via Soundcloud.