As you all know, last year I attended quite a lot of ukulele festivals and something I noticed throughout all of them was my social battery running low.Continue reading “Social Battery”
As you’ve probably seen by now either on Instagram or Facebook, I’ll be playing and giving a workshop at the Tropical Winter Ukulele Festival (TWUF) in Finland. It seems as if the Scandinavian countries are much more interested in my music than anyone else. I don’t know why, but I love it, because every time I visited one of the countries up north, I had a really great time. Pretty landscapes and lovely people – it’s just a perfect combination.Continue reading “The Road to Finland”
The new year is still very young but I already have tons of plans and I want to share some of them with you, But first a little back story, to better understand my future plans. I started my ukulele journey about 3,5 years ago. Then about 2 years ago I ventured on Instagram and I am still very happy about all the support I get there. 2018 was all about getting the basics of the ukulele down. I focused a lot on learning all kinds of songs, playing and practicing regularly.Continue reading “My plans for 2020”
(SPONSORED BY TIGER MUSIC, WERBUNG)
It’s Christmas and time for a final giveaway this year. This time I’ve teamed up with Tiger Music and you can win this beautiful Tiger UKE 14 Soprano Ukulele. It’s a perfect starter ukulele, but even if you’ve been playing for a while you’ll be very happy with it.Continue reading “Giveaway: Tiger Soprano Ukulele”
Tiger Music sent me two ukuleles as review samples and giveaway items. As some of you may know, my very first ukulele is from Tiger and I still like it very much. So I was interested to see how their products compare now a couple of years later and how their solid wood ukulele plays. (Spoiler: You can win this uke at my Christmas giveaway – so stay tuned).Continue reading “Ukulele Intro – Tiger Soprano UKE 14”
Everyone in the German and many in the international ukulele scene know UkeFrank by now. He is a welcomed guest at many ukulele festivals and a regular at Open Mics. I’ve know him through Facebook for a while now and at Austrian Ukulele Festival in May we finally met in person.Continue reading “Nikky.and.UkeFrank”
Here’s another blog from my little series on Ukulele Expectations vs. Reality. I feel like there’s quite some misconceptions out there about the ukulele so I wanted to share my point of view on these topics.
Today: It’s magical.