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Posts Tagged ‘tenor’

Strummin’ in the City (#77)

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Jason Poole, Accidental Hawaiian Crooner, NYC, Kamaka, Kamaka Hawaii, ukulele, Kamaka ukulele, Shakespeare and Co.

2 of my favorite things: my Kamaka 6-string Tenor (Lili'u) 'ukulele and Shakespeare & Co. booksellers. (NYC 10.2.12)

A lot of folks find it hard to believe that I carry my ‘ukulele with me all the time.

But you never know when you might feel like strumming! And as Pops is always quick to advise: E ho’omākaukau. Be prepared.

Ah… the life of an urban strummer!

(Do you like the ʻukulele in the photo? Check out www.kamakahawaii.com for some of the best ʻukuleles on the planet!)

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Strummin’ in the City (#70)

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Kamaka, kamaka ukulele, tenor ukulele, Jason Poole, Accidental Hawaiian Crooner, Chicago, Millennium Park, June Tanoue, Halau i Ka Pono

Kamaka 6-string Tenor (Lili'u model) at Chicago's Millennium Park with Kumu June Kaililani Tanoue and Hālau i Ka Pono (8.14.12)

A lot of folks find it hard to believe that I carry my ‘ukulele with me all the time.

But you never know when you might feel like strumming!

And as Pops is always quick to advise: E ho’omākaukau. Be prepared.

Ah… the life of an urban strummer!

(Do you like the ʻukulele in the photo? Check out www.kamakahawaii.com for some of the best ʻukuleles on the planet!)

*To learn more about Hālau i Ka Pono in Chicago, please click HERE.

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Strummin’ in the City (#61)

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

union square farmer's market, nyc, urban strummer, kamaka, ukulele, strummin' in the city

Kamaka 6-string tenor (Lili'u) 'ukulele & the Farmer's Market at Union Square (NYC, April 2012)

A lot of folks find it hard to believe that I carry my ‘ukulele with me all the time.

But you never know when you might feel like strumming!

And as Pops is always quick to advise: E ho’omākaukau. Be prepared.

Ah… the life of an urban strummer!

(Do you like the ʻukulele in the photo? Check out www.kamakahawaii.com for some of the best ʻukuleles on the planet!)

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