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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
Some great shots of NY Ukefest, April 2006
From Pat LaFleur
"The only space left in which to jam was downstairs by the Ladies' and Gents'. Local artists had made use of the wall space to create such paintings as the one aptly titled 'Splendor on the Grass' per Kathy. On bass, Kathy Reitz and Marv Reitz on guitar. Slide guitar, Gerald Ross of CD 'Ukulele Stomp' fame and George Crowley. At least no one was in the 'john' jamming"
Jam Session - NY Ukefest April 2006 - NYC
Craig and friends... check out Craig's website for his music and CDs:
Evy Mayer doing a workshop on old songs.  Check out Evy's website, for her CDs and more
The Fabulous Heftones from Michigan. Brian and Lynn Hefferan all dressed up for their performances. Brian has his brand new "My Blue Heaven" uke. Check out their websites - Lynn at and Brian at for more about the NY Ukefest. Joel Eckhaus,, is the builder of Brian's new uke and George Dearth did the painting
Bob Guz and Pops Bayless two masterful ukulele players from the most exciting and hilarious "best little band in Texas", Shorty Long, based in Austin. Check out for CDs and bookings. You gotta see this band!
Fred Fallin and Dave Means, NY Ukefest April 2006
                  Sidewalks of New York:
Top: "Pat Jevons and Joe Herman of my bari uke group, on the way into the theater after having some wonderful croissants and coffee for breakfast."
Bottom: "NJ Animal Control officer relaxing in front of the theater just playing on his uke."
Don Peyton and Neil Murphy with Neil's Martin bari. Don plays uke left handed.
Don playing bass with Jim Beloff and again with Jim and Liz Beloff in the main theater
Victoria Vox with Dale and Phyllis Webb of the Magic Fluke Company
James Hill
Brittni Paiva
George Fox Middle School made the trip from Maryland to perform for NYUkefest
Dapper performer Craig Robertson trying out an Earnest Instruments uke by Joel Eckhaus with Pops Bayless and Joel in the background