banjolele

(redirected from Banjo ukelele)

banjolele

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banjulele

n
(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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April 19, 2008 was his 80th and, true to form, he drank a large glass of red, played his banjo ukelele and told outrageous stories.
He made 21 hit films and 230 records and during the Second World War performed for an estimated 3m Allied troops n It was when he bought a banjo ukelele -a hybrid instrument of the Hawaiian ukelele and American banjo -and played it for a dare on stage in Barnsley that his career took off n By 1939,he was earning pounds 100,000 a year, a phenomenal amount for the time,not to mention a pounds 500,000 deal withColumbia for seven films n Apart from his catchy tunes, George exuded a warm, working-class charm which audiences all identified with.
We played Eddi Reader singing Ae Fond Kiss and The Glens by Scotland The What - a hilarious song about whisky which Dad sang with his banjo ukelele.
Dad has been teaching Patrick to play the banjo ukelele and they have a duet before dad and revert 20 years and do a medley of When I'm Cleaning Windows.