An incredible performance at last Saturdays BUG jam. Our leader Wes Lewis surprised us all by impersonating the late great British showman George Formby and his classic "leaning on a lamppost". Wes's talent knows no bounds. I hope I can get all 4.5 minutes on this blog. Be sure to watch. Amazing!!!
During our usual intermission Wes left the room to change into George Formby's typical white shirt and bow tie, Asking me to introduce our special guest from Britain, the immortal George Formby, Wes came striding back into the room with his banjo uke and gave us this charming impersonation. What a talent, what a leader for the Bellingham Ukulele Group, and what fun for all. Thanks Wes.
Meanwhile, back at the workshop. These tenors, #14 and #15 are built and ready for the final sanding and then the French Polish. The blonde is going to Denmark, the brunette to the mid-west. Lots of finishing to do yet however. It will be a couple of weeks,
I will have the sanding done in a couple of days, and then when the French polish begins I will start another build or two. Not sure just yet what I will be building. Anyone got any ideas?