I visited Kauai and hung out with the Ukulele Underground crew for a day. We did two podcast episodes and this is the first one. We talked about playing, performing, chickens, and more.
Note on Kauai: it is the oldest out of the main Hawaiian islands.
Video version is here: https://youtu.be/9VVAlZZwRQ0
Part 2 is here : https://ukuleleunderground.com/2019/07/tll-podcast-68-ukulele-aloha/
Some things we mentioned in the show:
Niihau (mentioned in the show) is the westernmost island of Hawaii, and is not open to the public.
I can't find the James Hill album online T_T
Intro and outro music is by Blue Dot Sessions
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