The Woking bandstand is a key place in our history, it is the location of our first ever gig, indeed, it is for this gig that we came into existence. It wasn’t a perfect gig by any means, but we finished with more people than we had when we started, so that’s something!
The Ukeaholics played the Woking Bandstand for the second time as part of ‘Our Big Gig‘. We got lots of children up on stage at the end of our set, and they loved blowing on the kazoo!
As members of Ukejam, we were invited along to play for the residents of the Anchor Trust at West Hall. We played our Ukejam set, but were asked for more, and so the Ukeaholics performed an impromptu gig backed by members of ukejam who were riffing along with us.
A couple of our number scouted out the Open Mic at the Kings Head – the rest of us are to follow!
We’ve been asked to do our first private gig – a real landmark for us. They’ve obviously never seen us live…. 🙂
We have been asked to perform a busking slot as entertainment for the Woking Food and Drink festival. We are performing at two venues at the festival, then heading to another gig at Godalming!
We have been asked to perform a busking slot as entertainment for the Woking Food and Drink festival. We are doing two venues in Woking on the same day, and then a gig down in Godalming… busy!
We are rushing from the Woking food and drink festival to play for the School Fête at St. Hilary’s. It’s Phil Collins and Live Aid all over again…. without the transatlantic flight. This is an event for parents and staff of the school, and as such it is ticketed.
The ukeaholics will be at an event outside Byfleet library – we hope it’ll be a sunny afternoon!
Trying out the funny big ukes (the ones with six strings) and walking the proverbial tight rope with some barely rehearsed new stuff.