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Best Abe Deshotel podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Abe Deshotel podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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This is a podcast for players and teachers of the ukulele to improve their skills at doing those things. I cover all sorts of things that I think are interesting and helpful on my journey to become a better uke teacher/player. Sometimes I'll be interviewing great teachers and players, other times I'll just be sharing insights and tips that can help you become a better musician.
 
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Craig and Sarah in San Diego I caught up with Craig and Sarah after their busy year. This episode is really dense with ukulele advice, so buckle up. They just released a holiday album. Check it out at http://www.cheemaisel.com/store/christmas-island Craig and Sarah teach online here https://artistworks.com/ukulele-lessons-craig-sarah At the time of…
 
Paul Okami of KoAloha Paul Okami is the Mini Boss, or Vice President of KoAloha Ukulele. I got to sit and chat with him back in July when I visited Oahu. https://www.koaloha.com Intro and outro music is by Blue Dot Sessions Support the podcast through the tip jar Or use the Buy Me A Coffee page Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/fee…
 
Brad Bordessa from the Big Island In my first semi-high-tech remote interview, my guest was Brad Bordessa, an ukulele teacher and player located on the Big Island of Hawaii. We talked about strings, baritones, performing, and more. We also talked about how to pronounce ukulele. 😱🤔🧐🤙 Here's a great article Brad wrote about it. Brad's website can be …
 
Jenny Peters Back in July I got to chat with Jenny Peters, teacher and author of many great ukulele books. We talked about classroom teaching, teaching challenges, pedagogy, and more. You can find more about Jenny at her site here Gift for listeners of the show Intro and outro music is by Blue Dot Sessions Become a supporter of the podcast here Sen…
 
James Hill at Ashokan In May of 2019, I got to catch up with James Hill at the Ashokan Ukulele Festival in New York. We talked about his new album, technology, throat singing, playing without monitors, and plenty of other interesting things. James Hill's website James and Anne's new album Inuit throat singing not to be confused with Mongolian throa…
 
Casey MacGill in Ashokan My guest today is Casey MacGill. Casey is from Southern California and I caught up with him at the Ashokan Uke Fest. This is the second episode from my Ashokan series. Ashokan Uke Fest Casey's website Watch Casey play a song with his uke in his [Ukulele Magazine article (https://www.ukulelemag.com/stories/for-casey-macgill-…
 
Ukulele Underground Crossover part 1 I visited Kauai and hung out with the Ukulele Underground crew for a day. We did two podcast episodes and this is the first one. We talked about playing, performing, chickens, and more. Note on Kauai: it is the oldest out of the main Hawaiian islands. Video version is here: https://youtu.be/9VVAlZZwRQ0 Part 2 is…
 
Bryan Tolentino at the Magic Fluke Co. Back in May, I travelled up to the Magic Fluke Co. in Sheffield, MA to chat with Bryan Tolentino. He was doing a little workshop/concert tour through the Northeast USA. Find Bryan's website here Live stream with Craig Chee and Sarah Maisel Here are some of the artists mentioned in the show. Roy Smeck Ohta San …
 
Gerald Ross in Ashokan I had the wonderful opportunity to spend a day at the Ashokan Uke Fest in Olivebridge, NY. It was a beautiful place filled with lots of wonderful music-making. This episode is one of a few that I will release featuring instructors from the Ashokan Uke Fest. Every time I attend a festival, I plan to wander and talk to as many …
 
Banjolele or firewood? 😅 just a joke This is the 2019 Allegheny Ukulele Soiree Special number 3. Learn more about Chris and hear his music at http://www.thetinman.co Some of the things he has coming up Pennsylvania Folk College NJ Uke Fest LA Ukulele Festival Some of the artists mentioned in our talk Michael Daves Chris Thile Kate Rusby Chris Eldri…
 
The Ukes of Mim Allegheny Ukulele Soiree Special number 2. Mim sells and sets up ukuleles in Floyd, Virginia, USA. She's also a great entertainer and puts a lot of thought into the way an ukulele feels when you play it. I think that's the biggest factor in deciding which uke to buy. Mim's website is here: https://www.mimsukes.com Learn more about t…
 
Catching up with Mike Allegheny Ukulele Soiree Special number 1. This was a short chat I had with Mike Holzer. It was early Sunday morning, the last day of the festival. We sat down with my phone between us since we didn't have much time, hence the not-as-great audio. The Soiree is great festival. Learn more about the Soiree and the club that runs …
 
Kiku or Guitarlele with Terry Today's episode is all about ukulele, as usual, but also guitarlele, or the kīkū, not as usual. Terry Carter was my guest. He's a great teacher and performer from California, USA. Terry's got a brand new course on the guitarlele. You should definitely check it out if you're interested in this sweet new instrument. For …
 
Goldilocks Jazz with Paul Hemmings Abe's Ukulele Podcast on RadioPublic https://ukepodcast.com is the official podcast website. https://ukuleleabe.com to hear my music. Paul Hemmings' website is here. Duke on Uke Paul's Bach Cello Suite arrangement The Sgt. Peppers album can be heard here. Paul's latest album Play jazz, kids. 😉 Keep an eye out for …
 
Jack and the Vox Note: I'm so sorry if the music is too loud! I'm having too much fun listening to my new intro music.😂🙏 For today’s episode I caught up with Victoria Vox and Jack Maher of Jack and the Vox. We talked about songwriting, playing solo and as a band, practice tips, songwriting tips, and more. You can follow Victoria, hear her music, an…
 
Ukulele wishlist This is officially December's episode. It's more of a personal resolution as well as a challenge to all uke players Here's my uke wishlist More Kanikapila Learn songs better so you can teach better Try some new (or old) strings Be aware of humidity Be a good uke friend I'd love to hear from you! What's on your uke wishlist? You can…
 
Effects pedals for ukulele With the hope of new gear on the horizon for many ukulele players, I wanted to take this chance to cover some pedals that every player should know about. I go over what I think are the essential pedals to be aware of. Do you use any pedals? Let me know which ones are your favorites! Reverb is my first stop when looking fo…
 
James Hill and 8-note uke chords I caught up with James Hill again in August. We talked about the new Ukulele Hot Springs he put together and tons of other uke things. Uncle Zac's chord charts can be found here James Hill's website for music and for all of his teaching initiatives. Ukulele Hot Springs Here's an Ukulele Magazine article on the Hot S…
 
Teaching with percussive uke My guest today is Bryan LaPlante. News The uke contest winners were decided. The cutest video of my kids picking out the winners can be found here The CT Ukulele Festival is happening on Sept 29th!ctukulelefestival.com Bryan has a great story of his musical upbringing and how he met the ukulele. He is a student of the J…
 
An uke giveaway! and more Thanks for your patience in getting this episode out this month! I'm doing an ukulele giveaway with Uke Life Co! Head over to my Instagram page for details. Listen to the episode for extra chances at winning for podcast listeners! The First CT Uke Fest is happening on Sept 29th in Norwalk, CT! I talked about why you should…
 
My songwriting Today’s episode is a commentary on my first studio album, which came out earlier this year. It’s not a super in-depth breakdown of each song, but a brief discussion in real time on different aspects of the album and the artistic decisions/considerations that went into everything. My hope is that you can gain some insights and inspira…
 
Allegheny Ukulele Soiree Special: Mike Holzer For the final episode in this special series, I sat down and talked to Mike Holzer, the chief ukulele evangelist of the Allegheny Ukulele Kollective and Festival Director of the Allegheny Ukulele Soiree. Make sure you get your tickets soon for next year’s. They’ll go on sale around October. The Mighty U…
 
Allegheny Ukulele Soiree Special: Amber Rozel AUSS no. 4 features a Steel City Ukes native! Amber Rozel is a teacher and performer that you may not have heard of, unless you’re from Pittsburg, PA. She’s also a classmate of mine from the James Hill Ukulele Initiative in Toronto. She may be the least famous guest I’ve had on the show, but it’s defini…
 
Allegheny Ukulele Soiree Special: Danielle Ate the Sandwich Here’s 3 of 5 from the Allegheny Ukulele Soiree! Today’s episode is with Danielle Ate the Sandwich.More info on the Soiree can be found here. The club that puts it together can be found here. There are many ways to listen to this podcast and be notified of new episodes.Pocket Casts is my p…
 
Allegheny Ukulele Soiree Special This is the second installment of a special uke fest series I’m putting out as quickly as I can. These episodes were all recorded on April 21, 2018 in Altoona, PA. In today’s episode I sat down with Craig Chee and Sarah Maisel. *audio note: there is a workshop going on in the next room, so the audio quality is not q…
 
Here is part one of a special series I’m doing on the Allegheny Ukulele Soiree.I was invited to attend and had a wonderful time at this festival in Altoona, PA, USA. It was located in a giant lodge on the side of a mountain in the middle of a forest. With raised walkways through the trees and plenty of ukes to go around, it was a rejuvenating exper…
 
Jake Shimabukuro I’m so excited to share today’s episode with you! I was able to sit down with Jake Shimabukuro for an interview last month when he came through Fairfield, CT for a concert. Jake’s website can be found here. From there you can read more about him, hear his music, see where he’s playing next, and more. The song at the beginning and e…
 
Inspiring people/players This episode I’m sharing a few of my favorite ukulele players to give you some inspiration. They all have a big presence on Instagram and I highly recommend checking them out on that platform. As you may know, I love hearing and discovering the uke in many different scenarios. All of these players do what I think is a great…
 
Always improving I’m back with another episode about practice and other ways to improve as a musician!I talk about listening to a diverse collection of music. Here is the Great ukulele songs playlist on Spotify. Bandcamp! Oddisee is a Brooklyn-based hip-hop artist. You can hear his music here. The Lone Bellow isn’t exactly country, but alt-country …
 
Jim Beloff This month I was honored with a chance to interview Jim Beloff.The background music for this episode is Jim’s own ukulele concerto “Uke Can’t Be Serious.” You can hear the full version of it, including a live version, here. You can find his music, books, and just plain awesome website for all things ukulele at Flea Market Music. Here are…
 
Primer on Practice Hey everyone! It’s been a long time, but I’m back. This time I’m talking about practice, teaching, great new ukes, and some ideas for musicians to check out. Here‘s an article/video about effective practice by NPR and TED-Ed. The metronome app I use when I practice is Tempo. The Ukulele App is another nice app for practice/learni…
 
Episode 2 Back in July I got a chance to sit down with James Hill and talk to him about the ukulele. We talked about teaching our own kids the uke, the future of the ukulele, and how to get started as an ukulele teacher. You can check out James Hill athttps://jameshillmusic.comhttp://jhui.organd https://www.theukuleleway.com You can learn more abou…
 
Episode 1 Here’s the first episode of my ukulele podcast! It’s mostly just me rambling on about the ukulele. I introduce myself and cover a few topics from new instruments and just starting out as an ukulele teacher. My goal with this project is to learn more about the ukulele and share that knowledge with you. Of course that means having lot of fu…
 
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