“THE UKULELE KINGS OF COOL”
& Best Live Act Nominees - Uke Magazine
Dead Mans Uke are a two man band playing dirt swing, hokum and old blues tunes as well as crazy covers and anything else they fancy on double bass and a resonator ukulele that belonged to Tiny Tim... they play shows in bars, music venues, parties, festivals and theatres across the UK and recently in Prague, Dublin, Austria, Paris and even Las Vegas.
They can supply full PA systems / lighting / online promotion and ticket sales / posters and marketing materials as needed and have public liability insurance and pat Tested gear too.
Contact us now for experienced advice on how they can help make your event a success.
Why Dead Mans Uke?
The resonator ukulele that Tim plays once belonged to the legendary Tiny Tim and was played by him up until his death in 1996 - there’s more info on this at Steve Evan’s site here: www.beltona.com.
Dead Mans Uke have been playing together for ages as father and son and also part of the mighty Anything Goes Orchestra. They strive to bring not only top tunes and skillful playing to each show but also a lot of fun and entertainment too
"Dead Mans Uke is a melodic, ukulele-and-bass driven tumble into the pool of popular new music. I’m impressed by their killer vocals and inventive instrumental accompaniment, hunt them down (or look them up) and listen!"
Boston Based Singer Songwriter
"Dead Mans Uke is a two man band who rock vintage tunes in a new yet old kinda way!"
Comedian & Hollywood Actor
“With a live presence that is rare these days, you sometimes forget there’s only two people on stage.”
Award Winning Songwriter
"A great sounding duo with their own quirky style and a good dose of humour"
“Don’t miss the
Dead Men Live!”
The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain
“Tim’s Uke playing, singing and stories were perfectly pitched, whilst Jake’s double bass playing set the music alight”
“Dead Man’s Uke blend an old school sensibility with modern selections in an original style in a wonderful and unique way that I think is incredibly important. Their brilliance lies in their ability to own a song, making it theirs after only one listen.”
Bermuda’s Favourite Musician