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Get ready to embark on a musical adventure like no other as Uke Mullum proudly presents the highly anticipated 12th Birthday celebration! On Thursday, 20th July, join us at The Courthouse Hotel in Mullumbimby for a night of pure joy, laughter, and lifelong friendships, presented by the imminently loveable, Miss Amber and Stukulele.

Prepare to unleash your inner musical merriment as we delve into the magic of the 'friends' theme. With ukuleles in hand, patrons will strum and sing along to a specially curated 'friends' themed songbook, carefully crafted to ignite your spirit and bring people together through the universal language of music. Whether you're a seasoned player or just starting out, this is your chance to join a community of like-minded individuals and create harmonious melodies that will reverberate in your soul.

Brace yourself for an extraordinary line-up of guest vocalists who will dazzle and inspire. The magnetic presence of Miss Amber and Stukulele, and Daughter Rose, combined with the Iconoclastic Jimmy Dowling, the captivating tones of Ash Bell, Mullum Highschool captain, The Amazing Max Fog, and the enchanting country stylings of Clelia Adams. Local Mullum Uke Club regulars Val and Erina will kick off the proceedings all backed by an amazing 6-piece band. 

Arrive early to immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere and tantalize your taste buds with the delectable offerings from the bistro, opening its doors at 5:30 PM. The celebration officially commences at 7:00 PM, so secure your spot and experience the unforgettable camaraderie that awaits.

Tickets are available for $25 per adult at the door or take advantage of our limited-time offer and book online in advance for the incredible discounted price of $20 (plus a small booking fee) at Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to celebrate with us!

Uke Mullum's 12th Birthday celebration promises an evening bursting with laughter, joy, and the sheer thrill of making music with friends, both old and new. Presented by the dynamic duo, Miss Amber and Stukulele, this event is not to be missed. Mark your calendars for July 20th and join us for an unforgettable night of strumming, singing, and maybe even dancing that will leave you with memories to cherish forever.


Front Page Of Seven - Hawaiian Night 

Maybe it's because Mandy Nolan and husband John Stevens have just eloped in Hawaii (setting a world wide trend followed by a Kardashion) ... how surprised and thankful were we to find our faces back on the cover of Seven, the entertainment section of the local paper –The Echo. Lets hope it brings in some nice Hawaiian outfits next Thursday 25 Feb. Thanks for the support Mandy and The Echo.

The Day a Swirl In The Sun Arrived 

We have a new 5 track EP ready for DOWNLOAD NOW 

This collection of tunes came about because of one song that arrived one evening about 8 years ago when our daughter Rose was 4, drawing a picture of the sun. I asked "Come on Rosie let's write a song..." She immediately responded with the first two lines: "There's a swirl in the sun.. and a swirl in the sky" I was inspired so I went for a drive around our home town of Mullumbimby in Northern NSW. Twenty minutes later I had the lyrics and melody for the song written. It was a lullaby. This is me recording the song so I wouldn't forget it as I sang it to Rosie when she went to bed.

We have released the EP online just in time for our trip to the Blue Mountains Ukulele Festival this Friday.

Bed tracks for 3 of the songs were recorded at Albert.s in Mosman Sydney (which is sadly no longer) with Karma County front man Brendan Gallagher behind the desk. Drums deftly played by Mr Hamish Stuart and double bass by old Karma County brother, Michael Galeazzi. Also featured on the EP is beloved Rod Coe on double bass, John Hoffman on flugelhorn, Sharny Russell on Keys, Parissa Bouas on backing vocals and engineer / co-producer Paul Agar from Heaven Studios on lap steel and spoons. We are thrilled with the final mixes.. hope you enjoy.

Our First Published Review 

Folks... do not labour under any false  misapprehensions... being an independent record company / publicist / manager / booker / songwriter / musician / graphic artist / web master / singer / husband / father / decent human / ukulele player... is a daunting task. We are ever so stoked that we have received our first review... in Rhythms Magazine. Thanks Tony Hillier for giving us your time. We understand why a serious music reviewer may not want to give us the energy and actually listen to our efforts ... so we really appreciate you giving us your time and some space in the magazine. We pray that more reviewers will see the worth in our cause...  to bring the joy of making music back to all people. So ... amen to that. if you're not into that type of line... ROCK ON!! Sincerely... thanks, STU


Front Page of Seven - Bay FM interview 

Thanks Mandy Nolan and the echo... we are so very proud to have the front cover of 'Seve'n today, the entertainment guide of our local newspaper. Thanks to Mary Cannon and Sara Tindley for having us on Bay Fm 99.9's Mystery Train with a great musical companion Rod Coe on Double Bass. Nice Singing Miss Amber, just quietly. Click on the image above to download the article.

Live on Bay FM... Photo by Sara Tindley