Melbourne Ukelele Kollective

Melbourne Ukelele Kollective

Yet another Sunday and another unusual social outing. This time organised by SueZ. We’ve not had a good run with our Sunday outings, it’s always something interesting and new.

Last night was, in my opinion, a great night. We were drawn to this night due to SueZ’s neighbour, Bernie, being part of the group. I stress it is my opinion because David and Denise didn’t love it. In fact David wanted to leave pretty much right away. But I loved it.

What’s not to love when an eclectic bunch of people gather together on a stage to have fun. All brought together through their love of, for most an unusual instrument, the ukelele.

The Melbourne Ukelele Kollective, or MUK for short, wrapped up their September residence at The Cornish Arms Hotel in Brunswick last night in a splendid manner. They began as a small group of players in 2004 and these days count as many as 20-30 people on stage during an event.

As the photos and videos that follow may attest, these guys and gals have a great time on the stage, entertaining the pub crowd and themselves. I just love watching people enjoy themselves, doing something they love and sharing ti with others. The sort of passion they display is infections and you have no choice but to leave the venue with a spring in your step.

Do yourself a favour and get along and see them when you can. Ignore the fact that David didn’t like them and go with an open mind and open ears, you’ll love it.

Check out the Melbourne Ukelele Kollective website for gig dates.

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Melbourne Ukelele Kollective

Melbourne Ukelele Kollective

Melbourne Ukelele Kollective

Melbourne Ukelele Kollective

Melbourne Ukelele Kollective

Melbourne Ukelele Kollective

Melbourne Ukelele Kollective

Melbourne Ukelele Kollective

They even had an audience participation section when they played “Nutbush City Limits” folks got up and joined in doing the Madison.

Melbourne Ukelele Kollective

Melbourne Ukelele Kollective

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