'The Nation's Ukulele Orchestra'
BBC News, Radio 4, 23rd September 2014
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  • Valentine for a Queen

    Limited Edition CD 'Now ER 64' out now!

    A slow waltz for Ukulele and Piano by George Hinchliffe of The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain.
    Limited Edition of 64 pressings signed by the composer/performer.

    A heart, a crown, a dance in an enchanted ballroom. 
    A romantic melody. 
    An old fashioned theme. 
    A dance issued to celebrate the 64th year of the Queen’s reign. 

    Buy the CD for the one who rules your heart, and waltz them around the candlelit parlour.

    Strictly limited to 64 CDs so get yours now here

  • Happy New Year

    Everyone at The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain would like to wish all our fans, friends and colleagues across the world a fantastic 2016!

    The Ukes of GB have had an eventful 2015. We celebrated '30 Plucking Years' of the orchestra, which was founded in 1985 by George and Kitty, by performing 191 hours of live music at 97 gigs in 10 countries across the globe!Logging up 61 flights, 87 hotels, a few workshops and too many interviews to remember.

    Thank you all for your support in 2015, it means the world to us and we look forward to seeing you in 2016.

  • BBC Radio 4 Midweek

    The Ukes of GB will be appearing tomorrow on BBC Radio 4 Midweek. Libby Purves will be chatting with George and the panel of guests which includes Si King and Dave Myers (The Hairy Bikers), the illustrator Michael Foreman and Lady Alexandra Shackleton.

    The Ukulele Orchestra will also be playing a couple of tunes. Midweek is aired Wednesday 30th December on BBC Radio 4 at 9am and again at 9:30pm GMT.

    www.bbc.co.uk

  • Pre-order New CD

    In the 1970s Kitty, George, Dave and the other founders of The Ukulele Orchestra met in Leeds. They jammed and played, worked and drank with friends, fellow students and musicians who achieved renown as Green Gartside (Scritti Politti), Frank Tovey (Fad Gadget), Mark Almond, Dave Ball (Soft Cell), The Mekons, The Gang of Four, The Three Johns, Abrasive Wheels among others. The Orchestra grew out of this scene, perhaps as an antidote.

    In the 1990s The Ukulele Orchestra recorded these classic punk and new-wave songs from the 1970s, now re-mastered and released in 2015. These all acoustic recordings perhaps trace a line from skiffle through rock and roll, to punk and the current ukulele resurgence.

    Click here to pre-order

    PLEASE NOTE:
    Purchases of this CD will not be dispatched untill the 18th of December.
    We therefore do not guarantee delivery in time for Christmas.

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