Sandy Ukulele Group entertains Kings Cross commuters
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Sandy Ukulele Group gathered at Kings Cross Station to celebrate World Ukulele Day, entertaining weekend commuters with classic 60s covers.
The group has grown in popularity in recent years, with many of its members coming along to take part in the days festivities.
Brian Elliot from the group said: “It was great fun with people dancing and singing to out popular 60s era sing a long songs.
“The group has become very popular over the last two years and we perform in pubs, clubs and even music festivals.
“We are not booked up until the end of 2018 and already have a booking for December 2019.”
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The group started in 2011 and has now grown on more than 35 ukulele players of all different abilities, as well as having a choir of around 10 people.
For more information about the group, go to www.sandyukulelegroup.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or search Sandy Ukulele Group on Facebook.
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