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Friday, May 27, 2011

Stuck In The Middle With You

For reasons we don't begin to understand, the blog has been inaccessible for days. Stuck in some kind of limbo. There is a new post coming soon now we have a way to get here.  So don't give up on us. We're still out there playing lots.

Who knew playing ukulele was also going to require us to learn lots of computer and internet things?

Stuck In The Middle With You, Stealers Wheel, 1972

Monday, May 9, 2011


It always makes us feel good when people want us back again. And in one week we had two return engagements. This was our third time at Christ Church Episcopal with their senior adult group. It was a warm and gracious audience. They love to sing along with us. And we love that!

It was truly a treat for us to be at one of the most historic churches in the area. The building is beautiful outside but when we play here, we get to see the beautiful inside. We've already been told that when we come back next year the theme will be a Hawaiian one. Hmmm... Wonder who in our group can hula?

The following evening a smaller group made a second appearance playing outdoors at the 3rd Annual Sip-n-Stroll, a wine tasting fund raiser for Main Street Laurens. We could not have wished for more perfect weather. It was fun to relax and play songs we love.  Sometimes people would stop and listen for a bit before they continued on their way. And sometimes they would stop and sing along with us.

We wouldn't want to do back-to-back gigs many times, but just every once in a while, it works out just right.

Againwritten by Lionel Newman and Dorcas Cochran, 1949