This week’s episode was a looooooooooooooooong time in production. Finally I was able to just sit down and get it edited and uploaded. This episode focused on an interview I had (back in April) with Walter Bates, who graciously shared his experience at the Reno Ukulele Festival.
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As I was home with family for Christmas/New Year’s, this week’s episode involved a quick discussion about strumming options (using your hand or a pick).
Shout-out given to Julie, who commented on the blog that she had discovered the ukulele in a similar way to my own discovery. She now owns seven! If you haven’t seen the video we both saw, then you need to stop what you’re doing right now and watch it. I’m serious. It’s the first link listed below…
Welcomed my first guest on the show…my brother, Chad! If you noticed better quality to this week’s episode it’s because I was using his company’s podcast equipment. He wanted to give it a test run, and I was pleased to be his guinea pig. Thanks Chad! Actually, this whole episode seemed to be a family affair as my mother provided audio for my episode intro. Thanks Mama!
I also tested out a new tag-line for the podcast! Thanks to the suggestions from a few listeners, I was able to combine a few ideas. Tell me what you think of the new tag-line (and any other thoughts you may have) by leaving a comment below.
Hope you have a Happy New Year. Thanks so much for tuning in, and here’s hoping that you…stay in tune!
The topics for this week’s episode focused on highlighting the musical group Fruity Ukuladies and an overview of strumming and plucking technique.
Shout-out given to, Janie, who commented on the blog and asked a question on how to subscribe to the blog and/or podcast. Check out the sidebar menus to subscribe by email, or you can also go to iTunes to subscribe to the podcast.
Still on the look out for help with a tagline for the podcast…help!