The Ukulele Band
for any party, any place, any time, any where….
“I would sooner wet my pants than miss this band” Cellar bar “I don’t usually like music but I loved these guys” 50th party “What you guys do is more than amazing” someone somewhere “I’ve never seen my grandma dancing before tonight” A Grandson Booking Enquiries
The Mother Ukers are a Ukulele band performing covers and original material for your pleasure. Using ukuleles of all shapes and sizes the Mother Ukers take you on a musical journey through time and space. Mixing up sounds captured in the minds of mortals from over a hundred years to create their unique ‘Ukular Fusion’. With songs & flavours of Modern pop, Punk, Classic rock, the Swinging 60s, Fabulous 50s blended together and marinaded with the sound and rhythms of the roaring 20s and seasoned with a touch of the blues in a swamp grass melody. The Mother Ukers unleash the power of their humble little four string ukes and guarantee to tickle your ears, kiss your soul & get them feet a tapping!
We're about to send our latest monthly donation to Margaret Green Animal Rescue, and thanks to the generosity of everyone at our fundraising events and through sales of our merchandise, we have been able to donate £442.54 since April. We're delighted that we're not...read more
So, we're taking a week off. A ukular holiday if you like. Fear not, for we return next Tuesday 28th for a second visit to the Aruba Bar, where The Wurzels will be joining us for their summer Cider Festival. We had much fun there in April, so whilst we're off on our...read more
We have been invited to open the year 2014 Ukulele Festival of Great Briain! Saturday 21st June has been punched into the tima machine dials... "are we their yet Timeship captain?" This proves to be a fantastical Ukular event with the finest crème de la crème Ukulele...
The Mother Ukers are thrilled to be part of the 2014 Grand Northern Ukulele Festival After the tremendous success of last years Festival the Grand Northern Ukulele Festival is back and bigger in a new venue. Huddersfield is the town and the Town Hall the venue where...