Improvisation, Ukes and

@speakwhen caught an image of me Friday morning when I promoted the NorthernVoice‘s Open Space — a.k.a. Moosecamp… with an improvised Uke song. My first public Uke performance. It was fitting, since later in the day Alan Levine, Rob Cottingham and I ran a session on improv. I’m still running a mile a minute with draft blog posts from the adventures of the last two months, but hey, a quick picture and a link to the audio from @felicelam will have to do for now! Nothing like jumping off the cliff of risk! (And to discover KDot does a weekly #UkeTuesday post!!) I guess this was my UkeFriday! Thank you friends and NorthernVoice!!

Twitter / speakwhen: Today started with a ukule.

6 thoughts on “Improvisation, Ukes and”

  1. It was lovely to meet & sing with you, Nancy. It’s always a pleasure to meet a fellow ukulele lover. I’ll be looking for your posts using the #ukeTuesday tags & seeing your progress! You are excellent at strumming and your strong voice complements the baritone ukulele. Keep on playing!

  2. I went straight to “Aloha ‘Oe”. (Which, after watching Lilo and Stitch with my kids, is now the saddest damn song in the world.)

    That was a lot of fun on Saturday. You and Alan are my new improv heroes!

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