Tuesday, April 09, 2013

mr. a-go-go makes music

 
 
 
 Have I gotten all mooney-eyed gaga over the mister's ukuleles yet? He builds them out of cookie tins we scavenge from the thrift outlet. They truly sound tremendous and are super pretty to boot! We will be showing them and doing a little music demo at the San Luis Obispo Mini Maker Faire this May. If yer around town come on by, say howdy and we'll teach you how to play Cletus the Slack Jawed Yokel.

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  1. These are great! I will have to tell my oldest son about them. I wish I could hear what they sounded like.

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  2. These look BRILLIANT!! How clever is he?? I'd love to hear them play!

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    1. thank you, julie! there are 2 videos on youtube, here is one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-ESp75WwbM&list=UUhtGraqhymP65ddxuMYurgQ&index=1

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  3. The Mister over there is fantastic! How talented. They are beautiful! Wouldn't mind having one of those one bit!
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  4. I have that cookie tin on the right. Or, I think I do...maybe I gave it to the thrift store & you bought it! Guess I'll have to go check.

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  5. I would love to show them in Phoenix, along with your work too Jek... if you head this way, think about it. It would be in relationship to this program: http://www.releasethefear.org/

    I sit on the board... we have a gallery space in downtown Phoenix. You and your husbands attitude about life and art, and color all fit our mission.

    Think about it! email me if you want to discuss... this is just an off the cuff thought as I read this post!

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  6. I would love to show them in Phoenix, along with your work too Jek... if you head this way, think about it. It would be in relationship to this program: http://www.releasethefear.org/

    I sit on the board... we have a gallery space in downtown Phoenix. You and your husbands attitude about life and art, and color all fit our mission.

    Think about it! email me if you want to discuss... this is just an off the cuff thought as I read this post!

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