Jennifer Teeter's first song written on the ukulele. Also, she plays mouth trumpet. [more inside]
Had I my druthers, I would be in a blues duo akin to The Black Keys or The Pack A.D. But I'm not, so I have to make do with smacking my Epiphone around and putting amp simulation on my voice. If ever I find a drummer who shares my vision, we will cover this song properly. [more inside]
Although the song says the distinction is irrelevant, this is definitely the BROKEN hallelujah. [more inside]
Hallelujah, on a ukulele.
I just listened to the man's Live in London album tonight, and decided to spend the rest of the evening hammering this out. [more inside]
Leonard Cohen cover [more inside]