How About More Uke?

How About More Uke? web site.

Motivated by our love of jazz and improvisation. The Curt Sheller Trio - Eric, Ed and Curt explore a traditional and contemporary jazz repertoire with a sprinkling of originals, showcasing the ukulele in a non traditional setting.

Curt - In the summer of 2003, I fell in love with the ukulele and all its possibilities. My journey exploring the ukulele began on a CampFire USA trip to South Dakota planned by my wife, Bernadette. I'd searched the Internet for a small travel guitar to bring with me, and rediscovered the ukulele instead--after a twenty year break. - Curt

How About More Uke? Ten Minute Demo

Track List

Curt, your CD was fantastic. You are amongst the ukulele masters of our day. - John K.

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10 Minute Demo

All tracks where recorded with a Ko'olau CS Tenor with the exception of Milestones where I used a Pono Pro Classic Thinline Mango Tenor as a string broke on the Ko'olau during the previous song's fadeout. For the lite guitar backing on Glen's Cove and Summer's Dawn I used my American Archtop Legend 7 string made by Dale Unger.

The Curt Sheller Trio

Curt Sheller - Curt has been performing and presenting ukulele workshops at various ukulele festivals for the past 10 plus years and has authored over 30 books for ukulele and is the creator and maintains the popular web site with over 600 lessons for ukulele.

Eric Schreiber - Eric is a Philadelphia area based musician and composer. He currently performs regularly in numerous jazz, rock, and classical ensembles.

Ed Rick - Ed is an experienced and versatile drummer who has played in a wide range of professional situations. Besides his playing, Ed devotes a good deal of time to his teaching practice.

How About More Uke? • My Favorite Things

Back in 2002 I released a Midnight a the Jazz Cafe CD, a guitar bass and drums CD. I recorded both Milestones and My Favorite My Favorite Things. I also recording both these comes for the How About More Uke? CD.

2002 - Midnight at the Jazz Cafe

2015 - How About More Uke?

2002 version

2015 version

How About More Uke? Teaser • Milestones

2002 - Midnight at the Jazz Cafe

2015 - How About More Uke?

2002 version

2015 version

Comments Always Welcome

Let me know what you think of the new CD.

Just browsing over both books, they look fantastic! I'm a guitarist and uke player for over 25 years and was thinking about writing a ukulele book but you've already written what I think are the best, most comprehensive and thorough books I've ever seen for the instrument. I just might end up buying every book you've written and I'll be giving my highest recommendation for your books to my friends and students. Thank you so much for taking the time to write such great books!Peter Rhee

Aloha, Curt, All I can say is WOW! What you have accomplished is simply incredible! All the bestGlen Hirabayashi, The Aloha Boys

Folks, if you haven't stopped by Curt's site, do so right now! ..And get his books, they are fantastic. This guy knows his stuff and is able to pass it along too.Alan Johnson Proprietor, The 4th Peg

I can highly recommend Curt's Uke books — I have four of them and they are excellent.fatveg — Portland

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