Meet the Winners of the Fall 2014 Play this Issue Contest

And the Lulu Tenor goes to…Edward Hernandez! Congratulations Edward, your version of Bob Marley’s “Three Little Birds” proved to be the favorite! If anyone missed Ed’s video, check it out here: The second prize, a five-pack of GHS strings, will go…

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VIDEO: The World’s Smallest (Playable) Ukuleles

Sometimes size does matter. The quest for the world’s smallest, playable ukuleles has led us to the following videos. While we don’t have the exact specs for this miniature Tangi ukulele, it’s amazing how good the Ukulele Orchestra of Great…

Cordoba Unveils New Ukulele Line

With the ukulele boom showing few signs of slowing down, Cordoba, the California-based maker of acoustic guitars and ukuleles, has debuted the release of a new line of ukes. “The 23 Series ukuleles are available in soprano, concert, tenor, tenor…

Ukulele Flash Mob Aids with Marriage Proposal

Sometimes a little backup comes in handy. A Filipino man named Sherwin Sikat surprised his longtime girlfriend over the weekend with a ukulele flash mob, roses, and an engagement ring.  According to a report from News to Go, Richelle Sy was…

EXCLUSIVE: The Quiet American Debut ‘Worth a Million’

The Oregon group the Quiet American are debuting a single from their forthcoming album, “Songs From a Rocking Chair” today at UkuleleMag.com. Like much of the new record, “Worth a Million” features ukulele played by Aaron and Nicole Keim, as well…

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