|A gallery of ukulele enthusiasts. UKE ON brothers and sisters!|
|Please submit your photos for our family album... the more, the better. E-mail your .jpg or .gif (along with whatever caption you may desire) to Catfish|
|Trefor Bazett performing at the Island Ukuleles Graduation Concert|
|Julie, the Ukulele Realtor... If she sells a house, maybe she can get a new uke and a new camera!|
|Edmonds, Washington ukulele players. Center, back row is 95 year old Hal Jewell|
|Hal Jewell and daughter, Jackie celebrating his 95th birthday March 6, 2004. Hal is holding his SS Stewart soprano peanut ukulele which he bought in Detroit in 1925 for fifteen dollars.|
|First note to my young boy Doryan, one year, with my Martin SO uke... Good pleasure! Jean Christophe|
|From Milan Nicksic in Las Vegas: "This is a Martin/Ditson Style "2" from the late 1920's that was owned by Tiny Tim. I did a lot of repair to it and the sound is fabulous."|
|Uke Jackson at band practice.
Hear the Flaming Ukulele Radio Hour at wnti.org
|A nice 1930's Supertone Concert Uke with the seedy (but harmless) Catfish|
|Ukulele Shoni (aka John Bird),
concentrating hard while Robert pulls bass.
|The first of several April 2004 festivals featuring the Ukulele,
The Alamo Aloha Festival. Photos submitted by Joyce in San Antonio