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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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Ukuleles Unleashed

Hosted by Johnny Sturman and Carmen Borgia.

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Old and new music featuring ukuleles with live in-studio playing, conversations, and interviews with well-known and not-so-well-known ukulele players live from Worthy Sound Works in Catskill.
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What is the answer to life, the universe and bicycling? Join host Wesley Cheney as he talks with guests about the bikes they’ve ridden and the adventures they’ve had along the way, how biking has changed their lives and what biking mean to them. Bicycles are vehicles for storytelling, so let’s go for a ride!
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Advice for Twenty Somethings in a Broken World. Each week Mark interviews a publisher or media personality to get their perspective on how to navigate this world from the perspective of someone who has lived it. From Mark's perspective, the glass is always half full.
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Here you will listen to a cover song using the Ukulele musical instrument. The song that will be on the cover is a song i love, and hope you love too:) If everyone played the ukulele, the world would be a better place. So I travel with Ukulele It like a fairly-tale and I could keep dreaming of sweet dreams✨🎸 Thanks for listening. It means a lots to me❤️ Powered by Firstory Hosting
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Truettes

tuck shop ladies

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Australian folk music troubadours, Tuck Shop Ladies get down to the nitty gritty of what makes us tick. There are deeply exposing games, light refreshments, and the odd appearance from Ruby the dog. They even squeeze in a good ol' sing-a-long before they leave the tuck shop.
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We ask the big questions in life. In our multipart show, we bring you thought-provoking questions like "How many samples did you take when you went to the grocery store?" and "Why did you make that giant monster attack us?"
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Welcome to "Strum Pluckin' Good Live", the podcast that takes you on a culinary journey like no other. Join us as we explore the world of cooking and barbecue enthusiasts, and delve deep into the hottest topics and trends in the food and BBQ community. Our podcast features exclusive interviews with top manufacturers in the food and BBQ industry, renowned chefs, social media influencers, and other notable figures in the world of food. We'll get up close and personal with the people behind the ...
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The Terry Carter podcast is a space dedicated to helping musicians and business ownerdevelop the mindset and routines of success. Hosted by Terry Carter, who has spent his life as a musician and educator changing the lives of thousands of people around the world. As a successful business owner, guitar player, ukulele player, singer/songwriter, and producer, Terry has worked with artists such as Weezer, Josh Groban, 2-time Grammy winning composer Christopher Tin (Calling All Dawns), and Robbi ...
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Local voices, news, commentary and community information for residents and businesses in Ipswich, Queensland, Australia. Originally launched as Ipswich Election Watch on 27 February 2020 the show was renamed Ipswich Today from 23 April 2020. www.ipswichtoday.com.au
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Local people, local stories, inspired by ALOHA. We know we're lucky we live Hawaiʻi – not just because of the scenery, but because of the spirit of aloha shared by all of us who call Hawaiʻi home. Host Nolan Hong talks story with kamaʻaina to uncover experiences that we can all relate to and connect with. "Here in Hawaiʻi" theme song written & performed by Chardonnay (insta @chardonnay.music) and Brittni Paiva (insta @iambrittnipaiva) 📺 Watch video clips from these interviews on our youtube ...
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There’s a million things you “should” be doing, but can you be bothered? 🤔 Our plan was to stop "living for the weekend" and finally find a hobby we both enjoy. That hobby, is now a podcast, about trying different hobbies! (Or basically anything we hear people talking about, or saying you "should" try). The goal? See if they really are worth all the bother of getting up out of our comfy seats to actually try. We'll test them and discuss as many as possible, so you can stay put in aforementio ...
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This podcast introduces you to a diverse group of women. How do they like to share? You’ll find out when we talk to engineers, product managers, leaders, support, sales and marketing folks. Hosted by Jeanne Hopkins, CRO and Meher Govadia, Lead QA Analyst OneScreen.ai #SharingIsCaring
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We are a lifestyle and entertainment show. We talk about day to day, music, entertainment, diet and we will try to stay away from the politics. We are going to focus on life in general. Occasional concerts. So kick your shoes off. Get you best beverage of choice and lets have fun
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A show where we do what you love to do in your spare time - take Buzzfeed quizzes! We’ll surprise each other with a quiz and talk initial predictions, the questions, final answer and everything in between!
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Get ready to sing with Solfege, tap & clap with Sweet Beets & discover the wonderful world of music with Prodigies Music Lessons! Host Mr. Rob presents simple echo songs, solfege exercises and musical appreciation to help build your musical ear, your understanding of the musical language, and your singing abilities. You can learn more about Mr. Rob & and a whole world of colorful music curriculum at Prodigies.com Give your kids an amazing music education today!!
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Welcome to our podcast! Each week we gather stories from around the world centered on pre-chosen themes and talk about them with the help of those around us. So pull up a seat or a tuk tuk and listen. Don't forget to check out our website for future themes and your chance to participate!
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Catalyst Happy Hour (ish)

Catalyst Youth UK - Antony Bartlett & Darren Hill

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Join Antony & Darren every Month as they discuss life, faith, films, music and so much more. With a range of guests, Catalyst Happy Hour(ish) has something for everyone… Two blokes chatting.
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The Lutecast

Giovanni Bogula

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Dedicated to the wonderful music of the queen of all instruments: The lute. Klick on the headlines in order to listen to the music. If you don't want to miss any of the lutecasts, you can subscribe to it in iTunes. So every new episode is delivered to you automatically. Enjoy. Werner Bogula
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Video Podcast & Timestamps: https://ukuleleunderground.com/2024/05/name-the-quote-tuup118/ Content Warning: If you’re Sensitive to Mouth Sounds or Eating, you may want to stop watching after 36:15With Kyle back on the podcast, the guys are trying a new Ukulele Challenge, Name that Quote: Jake or Jac-Ob. Kahai is challenging Aldrine and Kyle to gues…
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Can the sound of the ukulele really ease a hangover? In this episode a break from local news and politics to catch up with Jeni from the Royal Mail Ukulele Group. You’ll also hear one of their songs as performed live on the Community Stage at this year’s Ipswich Show. Published: 20 May 2024. Theme music: www.purple-planet.com Image: Royal Mail Ukul…
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Video Podcast and Timestamps: https://ukuleleunderground.com/2024/05/chord-substitutions-tuup117/ If you find a song “Boring”, use Chord Substitutions to spice them up. Kahai Challenges Aldrine to demonstrate a couple of ways you can change a song by “Replacing” one or two chords. Aldrine starts by adding notes to the base chord to make new Substit…
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We strongly believe that somewhere, over the rainbow, there lives a Jason Mraz lookalike that desperately wants to learn the Ukulele. And although we’d love to beat him, this week we’re actually gonna join him! First question to address - is the Ukulele just a small guitar?? One quick glance would say yes? There’s less strings, so does that mean le…
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Arranging. It's the all-too-often-overlooked skill that brings music to life... or not. Over the years, there is one simple strategy I've relied on time and time again. It's so simple that it's easy to miss. Plus: why not singing is one of the most important techniques for us singers. Uke Heads new single "Hearts On Fire": https://www.youtube.com/w…
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We’re in Spain at the moment and since we’ve only tried one form of dancing on this podcast to date, why not step into one of Spain’s many stereotypes while we’re here - Flamenco dancing! (Bullfighting is in the works, we promise!) Here’s what to expect from this episode: We talk about the history and origin of flamenco (unsurprising to most - it h…
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Venus went to college to become a film director, but working at a summer program for kids changed her path. Today she serves as President and CEO of Hale Kipa, which specializes in working with youth and their families who often have nowhere else to turn. Venus shares how she has been shaped by challenges and inspirational people in her life, and b…
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My buddy Dave Prior, CST (drunkenpm@gmail.com) visited, and we talked about his fun podcasts. Specifically we mentioned these two episodes of Agile and Project Management – DrunkenPM Radio: Human Hacking with Christopher Hadnagy and Dr. Abbie Marono The Art of War with Gary Gagliardi Dave is also a CST with the Scrum Alliance and active with Projec…
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Ipswich City Council responds to Queensland Government homeless review, major earthworks begin at Colleges Crossing, have your say in annual survey of library services and get ready for an expanded Festival of Horsepower. Published: 16 May 2024. Theme music: www.purple-planet.com Image: Earthworks at Colleges Crossing Recreation Reserve (supplied) …
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Kolby is a Native Hawaiian filmmaker, founder of Aria Studios and one of the hosts of UNCUT Hawaiʻi. She shares how her dad inspires her to put in the work to get better, her main goal when it comes to parenting, her journey to self-love and being proud of herself, and how she came up with the film Hometown Legends which captures the stories of kūp…
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May is small business month, a new fish highway coming to Six Mile Creek, flexispaces target disengaged students in three Ipswich schools and a University of Southern Queensland study reveals the impact of bad parenting on the mental health of children. Published: 9 May 2024. Theme music: www.purple-planet.com Image: A local fishway in Woogaroo Cre…
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What is Pilates? You’ve heard it on TV. You’ve seen it on signs. You’ve likely heard your mam’s friends talking about it. “Did you see they’re doing pilates with machines now?” But have you ever looked into it? And is it worth your precious time to partake? Today we’re pulling on our pilates socks and discussing everything we can find online about …
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Video Podcast and Timestamps: https://ukuleleunderground.com/2024/05/gigging-dos-donts-tuup116/ This week, we’re hanging out with friend of the show, Kyle Furusho, and finding out the biggest Do’s and DON’TS for Gigging Musicians and Audience Members. The Podcast starts off with a question from Kyle’s biggest Fan, Mickey Aüto. Then we ask Kyle how …
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Kimee left Hawaiʻi at 17 to join the national touring company of Miss Saigon, then spent many years performing on the continent before returning home where she started improvhi (Improv Hawaii) and got a recurring role on Hawaii Five-0 and Magnum P.I. She shares about her passion for improv comedy, the experience of providing a supportive and collab…
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Aloha mai kakou, Please enjoy this broadcast of new Hawaiian music, most of which you have probably never heard before. Click here to support the show: Hawaiian Concert Guide Tip Jar Ka Pua Lokelani Waipuna Uluwehi Pua Melie Waipuna Uluwehi Ka'a Ahi Kahului Keola Kapapaialaka Manu O Ka'ae Keola Kapapaialaka Ka Kulu A K Aloha / Butterfly Feeling Kek…
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May is showtime in Ipswich. Show president Darren Zanow joins this episode with a rundown of what we can expect this year including a special appearance from Bluey and Bingo in the Bluey Live Interactive Experience, the city’s population now estimated at 254,000 and a new Sounds of Ipswich to keep you guessing. Published: 3 May 2024. Theme music: w…
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Take a ride with Social Cycling Norfolk! Social Cycling Norfolk is all about getting butts on bikes in the city of Norfolk, Virginia. They believe that using bicycles for urban transportation will build a healthier and more vibrant community. Commission a custom podcast to celebrate a birthday or graduation from Rambling Ukulele Productions on Five…
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We’ve spent the last 2 years trying a new hobby, sport, health trend or tiktok sensation, week-in, week-out to discover what’s worth bothering with or not. Where the F**K did that time go?! And after trying 99 of them, we feel we might actually have some lessons to share! So, we asked our audience what they’d like to know most and spent this episod…
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Video Podcast and Timestamps: https://ukuleleunderground.com/2024/04/improvising-memes-tuup115/ How do you use “Memes” to Jump in on Songs and Improvise? Aldrine shares his secret tips to playing along to other people even when you’re unsure of the songs, keys, or chord switches. This leads into a discussion on improvising, and how you can use simp…
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From an early age, Rona just knew she wanted to do charity work. Today Rona serves as President and CEO of Lanakila Pacific, which operates Lanakila Meals on Wheels and Lanakila Custom Products. She shares her experiences and some lessons she's learned through her career in social services, why she attributes a lot of her success to her parents and…
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A free safe online program to help young people aged seven to 17 with mental health issues has been released and is backed by six universities. It’s a self-help online platform available now. Project lead is Professor Sonja March from the University of Southern Queensland. Also in this episode can you guess the sounds of Ipswich? Published: 29 Apri…
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After a hectic few weeks with the council election and Ipswich West by-election your humble host had a week off. Now back in the studio I reminisce about ANZAC Day when at school, speculate on what’s ahead in the Ipswich City Council chamber, pop in some local news and talk about a new feature coming soon to the podcast called Sounds of Ipswich. Pu…
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Video Podcast & Timestamps: https://ukuleleunderground.com/2024/04/fusing-ukulele-jazz-big-bands-tuup114/ What happens when you rearrange a Western Ukulele Instrumental Concept Album for Jazz Big Band? This Week Aldrine and Mike are sharing their experience playing and planning for the KCC Jazz Festival. We start off with a relatively quick convers…
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Here’s one for anyone that chooses to get off their arse each week to exercise - taking Creatine Monohydrate to build dem muscles! As one of the most researched supplements in the world, maybe you’ve heard of it already. And maybe you assumed it’s only chugged down by those bodybuilder lads after a fresh layer of tan. But did you know, that it’s ac…
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In an episode originally published in the first weeks of the Covid Lockdown, Wesley sits down with his dad to discuss growing up on a bike that was too big and racing downhill at fifty miles per hour on a 3-speed Schwinn. Hire Wesley to produce a custom birthday podcast! https://www.fiverr.com/wesleycheney/produce-a-congratulatory-podcast-for-your-…
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In this local news episode: ANZAC Day in Ipswich, new Ipswich Art Workshop looking for your ideas, West Moreton Health recognised for their innovative hepatitis C testing and treatment program, and a reminder to get your flu vax before winter sets in. Published: 19 April 2024. Theme music: www.purple-planet.com Image: West Moreton Health Alcohol an…
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Video Podcast and Timestamps: https://ukuleleunderground.com/2024/04/essential-festival-items-tuup113/ What are Essential Items you bring to a Festival? Do you even need to bring an Ukulele to a Festival, and should you bring your most “Expensive Ukulele” or should you bring a “Beater”? The team tries to help a viewer define a group of notes, and e…
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Look lads, it's a very short intermission in our typical SIB schedule. We've got family visiting for a week, so that meant trying a new activity, recording the pod, editing and releasing had to take the backseat. In the words of Kimberly "Sweet Brown" Wilkins, "Ain't nobody got time for that". What we do have for you however is a coupla best bits! …
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Kamaka is the host of the Keep it Aloha Podcast and one of the creators of the Hawaiiverse platform. He grew up speaking Hawaiian as his first language, but didn't appreciate his culture until after living abroad. He spent three years in Madagascar with the Peace Corps, then came home and started "The Race to $50k" where he paid off $50,000 in stud…
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We pause to offer condolences to families of Sydney stabbing victims, the extraordinary events at the post-election Ipswich council meeting, farewell Bell Street pedestrian bridge, more laughs with Stitch in the Swich and we reminisce about the opening of Ipswich Art Gallery. Walter Williams and Ashleigh Mac join the show for our regular yarn over …
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Aloha mai kakou, Please enjoy this broadcast of new Hawaiian music, most of which you have probably never heard before. Click here to support the show: Hawaiian Concert Guide Tip Jar Waipa Ke Malama Mau Ai Waipuna Uluwehi Kuʻulei Maile Aʻo Lanihuli Waipuna Uluwehi He Wahine U'i Keola Kapapa'ialaka Ke'aomelemele Keola Kapapa'ialaka Polo'ai 'O Ke'eli…
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Music theory is a form of understanding that comes after you play and experiment. A lot. At least that's my opinion. In this episode I make my case for playing first and asking questions later. Enjoy! I'm on tour in Ontario and Quebec! Join me for an in-person ukulele workshop: https://www.jameshillmusic.com/tour Uke Heads new single "Hearts On Fir…
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Ipswich councillors split over who should be deputy mayor and every other major decision at the post-election meeting held April 11. This included division over selecting members of the Audit and Risk Management Committee and Local Government Association of Queensland policy representative, meanwhile second term councillor Jacob Madsen was nowhere …
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New faces in the chamber for Ipswich City Council’s post-election meeting, Australia’s single biggest defence export to be built at Redbank, Prison Health Service staff benefit from new correctional centre and researchers at the University of Southern Queensland challenge young people stereotypes. Published: 9 April 2024. Theme music: www.purple-pl…
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Video Podcast and Timestamps: https://ukuleleunderground.com/2024/04/memorizing-without-sheet-music-tuup112/Is Sheet Music necessary for Memorizing a song? In this Week’s Podcast Aldrine will show you how you can build your Music Instincts; Memorize songs using Numbers and Feelings; and play the “Wrong” Chord while playing the “Right” Song. We’re g…
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