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Now Playing: Lou Reed's Transformer

      MUK presents Lou Reed’s classic 1972 album, Transformer. Including such greats as Walk on the Wild Side, Perfect Day and Satellite of Love, the album marked              the beginning of Reed’s solo career after his split with the Velvet Underground and is a landmark of Reed’s legacy. We’ll also be performing some of our other fave        tunes: New School, Old School, No School. We boldly go where other uke groups fear to tread! Because we are not a uke group! We are a band!!!!

      In true, colourful MUK style we will be embracing the transformative theme of the album and will be resplendent in a wide variety of Drag.

      Come as you are on the inside!

photo by Yunis Yunis

Royal Oak Hotel

Saturday 24th November, 6-8pm

2 awesome sets - Lou Reed's Transformer Album + MUK  Faves

442 Nicholson St, Fitzroy North, PH: (03) 9481 4693

free

Darebin Libraries Xmas Shows

Saturday the 15th of December

1:00-1:30 at Preston Library

2:30-3:00 at Northcote Library

Free


Spotted Mallard 

(Ooo-err!)

Friday 28th December

Door 6pm - Band 8pm

2 awesome sets - Lou Reed's Transformer Album + MUK  Faves

MUK Faves 8:00-8:45pm, Transformer 9:15-10:00pm
Online ticket sales - $10/$8 conc. +BF
https://moshtix.com.au/v2/event/melbourne-ukulele-kollective-perform-lou-reeds-transformer/108406
Table Bookings Available
Door Sales - $15/$10 concession, under 18's free

314 Sydney Road, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 3056


Awww, you missed it :(

A tribute to David Bowie, Iggy Pop and Lou Reed

SWAMPLANDS BAR, 744 HIGH STREET, THORNBURY

Tuesday Oct. 23rd, 7pm - 11pm, Free

A tribute to David Bowie, Iggy Pop and Lou Reed - your favourite songs lovingly butchered by local artists!

As part of the Darebin music festival 2018 Swampland's Bar is hosting a tribute to 3 legendary artists in an action packed evening hosted by Señor Quinn. (Swamplands Open Mic Tuesdays)

MUK will play a selection of songs from the transformer album by lou reed.

(Swamplands Bar - formerly Tago Mago) 

The 1st Transformer Show!

Sat Oct 6, 3-4pm

Edinburgh Castle Hotel, 681 Sydney Rd, Brunswick

After six months of heavy rehearsing (and much - "No! You can't do it like that!") the MUK  is proud to present Lou Reed’s classic 1972 album, Transformer. Including such greats as Walk on the Wild Side, Perfect Day and Satellite of Love, the album marked the beginning of Reed’s solo career after his split with the Velvet Underground and his claiming a stake of the quickly growing Pop-Glam scene. With Bowie and Mick Ronson producing the album and lending their musical and arrangement talents to the recordings, Transformer is a landmark of Reed’s legacy.

In true, colourful MUK style they will be embracing the transformative theme of the album and will be resplendent in a wide variety of Drag.

Come as you are on the inside!

MUK@MUF '18

Melbourne Ukulele Festival

Sunday March 4, 6pm

We take to the stage of MUF 2018 at the awesome Velvet Room at the Thornbury Theatre for the evening show. 

5pm Tyrone and Lesley (Qld); their new album, "Optimisim", was named best uke album of 2017 by the highly respected uke blog, Ukulele Hunt!

6pm MUK; yay us!

7pm Black Orchid Stringband; comprised of West Papuan freedom fighters now living in Melbourne who sing to live and live to sing the songs of freedom.

Full festival details at muf.org.au


Fairfield in Feb: Presented by City of Yarra

Sunday Feb 25th 5-7:30pm

MUK and the City Of Yarra are combining forces to present a free twilight concert at the beautiful Fairfield Amphitheatre, featuring:
UFO: Uke4kids Family Orchestra (5pm)
Cat House (5:45pm)
and of course ...
MUK: Melbourne Ukulele Kollecitve (6:45pm)

If you're unfamiliar with the Fairfield Amphitheatre, it's located right on the Yarra, beside the Faifield Boathouse, Fairfield Park Drive, off Alexander Pde. Parking nearby is
limited so why not leave the car at home and ride a bike, walk the main Yarra Trail or catch a train? The Fairfield Amphitheatre is a 10 minute walk from the Dennis or
Fairfield stations and just 16 minutes by train from Melbourne’s CBD. 



 

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