Uke Hunt Podcast Review: viddyviddy

Whilst I’m getting up to date with the podcast, I almost forgot that viddyviddy did a review of it. She said some nice things and even managed to get my strange northern accent to form part of a drinking game. Click through for the full write-up but here’s a quote:

The Ukulele Hunt podcast’s main feature is a veritable buffet of ukulele-utilizing performers.  Classical, silly, pop, sad, saucy, there’s a tune for every genre and a few minutes to spare on this podcast for all of them  Host Bossarocker (ain’t lyin’) leads her listeners through a guided tour of ukulele-related music, pausing along the way to let people stretch their legs and take pictures at scenic parks.  And by “scenic parks” I mean “interviews with people who play the ukulele.”

Bossarocker Ain’t Lyin’ needs to be an album title.

Uke Hunt Podcast #7

I will start posting on time about the podcast from now on, I promise. My only excuse is that this website still isn’t “live” yet but I really should do something about that too.

Anyway, the April edition of the podcast is up. It’s short & sweet this month but still jam packed with lovely tunes.


  1. Nicholas Abersold – Those Punk Rock Days
  2. Herman Vandecauter – Andaluzukulele
  3. Patsy Monteleone – April Showers
  4. Jessica Delfino – Chinatown
  5. The Corner Laughers – Inner Archaeologist
  6. Jake Wildwood – Amateur Night Five Dollars
  7. Substitute Sandwiches – Criss-Cross Celluloid
  8. Uke Punk – Mister, Mister
  9. The Spiraltones – Lost Weekend

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Uke Hunt Podcast #6

Uke's Not Dead + The 100% Lawyers playing live in session

The March edition of the podcast went up a couple of weeks ago. Featuring a hilarious live session from Uke’s Not Dead, a quick round up of upcoming ukulele festivals and loads of bonza tunes.


  1. Gwyn Edwards – St Guinefort etc.
  2. Evanescent – The Palace of the Wind
  3. Eloise Boutry – A Little Adventure Called Life
  4. Jen Kwok – I Don’t Think About Dying
  5. Small Engine Repair – Pass the Time
  6. Uke’s Not Dead Live in Session – Jeremy Kyle
  7. Uke’s Not Dead Live in Session -Oi, Kid! Don’t Be A Hoody
  8. Uke’s Not Dead Live in Session – Ah, Fuck. I Can’t Believe You’ve Done This
  9. The Brass Traps – Drunk Mosquito
  10. Salwa Azar – Floating in Milk
  11. Naked Girls & Aeroplanes – Rough Love
  12. Kirsty McGee – Sandman
  13. Thingumabob & the Thingumajigs – Two Sips

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Uke Hunt Podcast #5

Up now for your listening pleasure, the slightly belated February edition of the Uke Hunt podcast. It’s not our fault it’s late – I blame February for being a silly month.

Jam packed with sexy ukulele music, including an exclusive from Helen Arney, tunes from Craig Robertson, Spring Breakup & Tricity Vogue, who all have new albums out, a new track from our favourite newcomer Uke’s Not Dead plus plenty more besides.


  1. Helen Arney featuring Professor Elemental – Animals
  2. Spring Breakup – It’s Not Me, It’s You
  3. Todd Baio – Old Time Blues, New Time Cheer
  4. Craig Robertson – I Can Make Elephants Disappear
  5. Doug Hoyer featuring Jessica Jalbert – Oh, The Wind Will Blow
  6. Lloyd Gabriel – There’s Nothing Funny About A Ukulele
  7. Howlin’ Hobbit – For An Old Man
  8. Luke Fitzpatrick – Ocean Waves
  9. Uke’s Not Dead – Uke! Authority
  10. Ezza Rose – 2%
  11. Ukulele Sunnyboy – On A Sunny Day
  12. Jo Stephenson – PCS-O-S
  13. Ukestar – Battle Song
  14. Tricity Vogue – Big Band Blues


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