banjolele


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banjolele

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banjulele

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(Instruments) a four-stringed musical instrument with a neck like a ukulele and a body like a banjo. Also called: banjo-ukulele
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The Gibson UB3 - a banjolele to give its correct title - was originally bought by Terence Wallin, of Birmingham, in 1972.
The Gibson UB3 - a banjolele to give its correct title - was bought by Terence Wallin, of Birmingham, in 1972.
The banjolele - it's officially a banjo ukulele - used to belong to well-known Birmingham bookie Terry Wallins, who snapped it up in 1972.
Formby's own most cherished banjolele sold at auction a few years ago for PS72,000 to a private UK buyer.
SHE was best known for her pop songs featuring her famous banjolele.
The band - which started in 2007 when North Eugene High School students asked teacher Aaron Thomas to show them how to play the ukulele - plays contemporary music covers on ukuleles, accompanied by an electric drum set, banjolele, and a Kala U-Bass in addition to the standard tenors, sopranos and baritones.
TURNED OUT NICE AGAIN: | |How we think Philip Olivier would look with George Formby's banjolele, top.
So it was with some reservation that we looked into the work of Mr B, The Gentleman Rhymer, purveyor of "chaphop", player of the banjolele and owner of a Victorian-style hipster moustache.
The event will feature guest artistes, workshops and a banjolele set by members of the George Formby Society David said: "We are asking people to bring along their ukes and we will have a mass busk of several songs at various times throughout the day.
Their music is fiery and high-energy although they use mainly acoustic instruments-violin, banjolele, flamenco guitar, double bass and a saw (yes, a saw
The Beatles Story collaborated with the National Museum in Prague on its exhibition, Beatlemania, loaning the museum George Harrison's gold-plated Dallas "E" banjolele and the original Madame Tussauds Beatles waxworks.