banjolele

(redirected from banjo-ukulele)

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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He bought the banjo-ukulele direct from the star's wife, Beryl Formby, in 1952 for PS14.
WITH his little banjo-ukulele in his hand, George Formby tribute performer Paul Casper took 200 pensioners on a lunchtime trip down memory lane in Redcar.
That's what he paid a fellow performer for the banjo-ukulele that would transform his life.
A BANJO-ukulele thought to have been played by George Formby is going under the hammer, it emerged yesterday.
He plays guitar, banjo, mandolin, harmonica, slide and banjo-ukulele. In 2007, he was named the write-in winner for Best Singer/Songwriter of Worcester Magazine's Turtle Boy Music Awards.
Cardiff-born Tessie O'Shea with her banjo-ukulele at the BBC in Llandaff in February 1983
MUSIC hall star George Formby's banjo-ukulele is expected to sell for pounds 800 at auction today.