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Eight great shots from the Hayward Ukulele Festival submitted by Dominator:
Tonya Dale, Jerrold Connors (Ukulele Boogaloo) and Dominator at Hayward Uke Fest
Same group jamming (Dominator is playing Tonya's new LoPrinzi soprano)
Liz and Jim Beloff at the Flea Market Music Booth at Hayward Uke Fest
John King signing Dominator's Backpacker ukulele
Jim Beloff, James Hill, John King, and Dale Webb
Lyle Ritz, Dominator and James Hill
Lyle Ritz signing Dominator's copy of his Ukulele Masters Solos book
Rigk Sauer and Dominator outside the Risa Music Booth
... and Four great shots from Tonya:
Two uke virtuosos share notes and techniques at the Hayward venue. Don't you wish you knew what James Hill and John King are saying?
Bryan Tolentino tries out the sound of an instrument at the KP Ukulele booth
A lau lau plate (note the required macaroni salad) was available as some of the Hawaiian treats at the Hayward festival. It really tastes a *lot* better than it looks. Advice? Unwrap it from the leaves before eating! A disappointment? There were no malasadas to be found!
Bill Tapia, whose ukulele legacy bridges the gap from the instrument's first "craze" to today, shares his version of "Hapa Haole Hula Girl" during a one-hour reminiscence session on Saturday morning
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