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Ukulele heroes : the golden age
Whitcomb, Ian
Adult Nonfiction ML399 .W53 2012

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Ian Whitcomb has been entertaining the world for over forty years. He formed the rock group Bluesville and hit the American and UK Top Ten in 1965 with "You Turn Me On." The follow-up, "Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go with Friday on Saturday Night?" spotlighted Ian on his new Martin ukulele. He is the author of the classic history of pop music After the Ball and Rock Odyssey, not to mention four ukulele songbooks. In 1998, he produced the Grammy-winning CD Titanic: Music as Heard on the Fateful Voyage. He wrote and sang most of the songs for the ukulele feature movie Stanley's Gig and provided music for many other films, including The Cat's Meow and Last Call. He lives in California.

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