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Tuesday Tune: Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra

Happy Ground Hog Day, y’all! Punxsutawney Phil says spring is coming early this year … sure sounds like it in this Tuesday Tune!

Hailing from New Zealand, land of the Hobbit movies, comes… 144 more words

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Opportunity to Shadow FOH Engineer Gil Eva Craig

Shadow Gil Eva Craig on the Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra U.S. Tour

SoundGirl Gil Eva Craig is coming to the states. She will be touring with the… 317 more words

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Watch: Kiwi ukuleles take over the Belmont

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A fair and mild Sunday evening on the Belmont’s outdoor stage served as a perfect setting for the final stop in a monthlong U.S. 310 more words

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Looking Ahead: Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra is Sure to Delight

This week we have something truly original for you and we couldn’t be more excited about it! “Entertaining” doesn’t even begin to describe it. Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra… 218 more words

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Get To Know: Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra

Try saying the word “ukulele” without smiling. Now, imagine an entire evening with a dozen talented musicians playing on the ukulele popular tunes by artists such as Justin Timberlake, Dolly Parton, Prince and Elvis, along with the songs from the South Pacific and New Zealand, their homeland. 331 more words

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Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra @ Shibuya DUO, 9th October 2014

The Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra must be up there with one of the most fun bands I’ve ever shot.  The 11-piece group mix wacky and individual costuming with quirky covers of classics songs – from traditional Maori love songs to modern pop.   103 more words

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Tuesday Tune: 'Cry Me a River' by The Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra

The Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra (yes, an orchestra of ukulele players AND great singers) is coming to McGlohon Theater in January! We can call them WIUO for short. 344 more words

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