Heaven help me but I could not remember how to spell “Ukelear Radiation” – or was it “Ukulear Radiation”?
So how could I expect anyone else to spell it?
I was “Ukulele Allsorts” too – so much easier to spell.
So I will be moving all this stuff over to http://ukulele-allsorts.com/
Gary Lang sent me the audio recording of the set and the photos were taken by Cath Tyler and Jeff Moore. A great night! 14 June 2014 to be precise.
I have already written about it here with the photos and two practice recordings (just me, no elephant emulators or keyboards!):
“I Know Where Syd Barrett Lived” – well now I do! @starandshadow
Many thanks again to Gary Lang of St. James Infirmary!
SJI on Facebook: SJI Facebook Page
The International Communication Project 2014 (ICP2014) aims to spread the word about the vital importance of communication to all aspects of our lives and the critical difference that communication professionals can make – especially when they are involved early.
More information: ICP2014 – Giving Voice UK
The Giving Voice UK Campaign has been running since 2011.
This is a song I wrote for the campaign in 2011. I was thrilled when Julie Carr used it as the soundtrack for her video of the “Giving Voice Communication Chain” event that she organised on The Tyne Millennium Bridge!
Julie Carr SLT is running another NETA Fundraising Event starring Lost Voice Guy! A chance to laugh yourself silly in a good cause!
NETA Fundraiser with Lost Voice Guy, Sat 7 June, 7:30 – 10:30, Ashington Football Club
North East Trust for Aphasia (NETA): http://www.neta.org.uk/
Julie’s Carr’s Giving Voice blog:
Lost Voice Guy (Lee Ridley): BBC News Guest Blog
Tickets £5:50 (incl booking fee):
Julie has kindly asked me to do my “Giving Voice” ukulele song again at this event too.
Had great fun doing it the last time – can’t believe it was nearly two years ago!
Lost Voice Guy Giving Voice, Ashington Football Club August 2012
This explains why, having started this blog, there has been so little blog-action over the past few months. Getting back on my feet now and uking as if my life depended on it! Maybe it does . . ?
Highly recommended for life-saving information: The UK Sepsis Trust
“Softly You Run”: In memory of Mickey by Liz Panton (aka Ms Mousette)