It tastes like chicken…and wipe that stank off your face! Songs to live by, from Manitoba Hal

Manitoba Hal performs at the NJ Uke Fest, August 2016. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Yes, you can even play the blues on a ukulele–if you know this essential secret.

Boss tribute, ode to days off get NJ Ukulele Fest off to toe-tapping start

Jim Boggia join Victor & Penny at the 2016 NJ Uke Fest. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Guaranteed to raise a smile.

Who needs guitars? Not James Hill, headliner at NJ Ukulele Fest, Aug. 26-27

James Hill

They don’t call this guy the ‘Wayne Gretzky of Ukulele’ for nothing.

Victor & Penny to jazz up fourth New Jersey Uke Fest, Aug. 26-27

Victor and Penny, a.k.a. Erin McGrane and Jeff Freling

Before you start knocking ukulele players, remember: This one got asked out by George Clooney.

Back by popular demand: Shun Ng shreds Bo Rap at The Minstrel

Shun Ng at The Minstrel. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Hard to pronounce. Impossible to ignore. Catch him on Friday in Morris Township.

A video salute to Michael from guitar phenom Shun Ng, returning to The Minstrel, July 1

HE CAN SING, TOO: Guitar phenom Shun Ng at The Minstrel. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Dyslexia isn’t always a curse.

Hawaiian sounds to start your summer in Greater Morristown

Sarah Maisel and Craig Chee at the Folk Project 2016 Spring Acoustic Getaway. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

We met them at last summer’s Uke Fest. Another one is just around the corner.

A song for Grow It Green Morristown, which is getting a (sort of) new truck

Jonathan Byrd sings at the Folk Project's Spring 2016 Acoustic Getaway. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Jonathan Byrd and Johnny Waken of North Carolina turned North Jersey folkies into country fans with this one.

A timeless and timely Joni tune, at The Minstrel

With a changing of the guard at the Morristown Parking Authority, this classic song struck a chord.

Video Valentine: Beppe Gambetta love songs, from The Minstrel

Beppe Gambetta at The Minstrel. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

Love songs from Italy’s musical gift to New Jersey.