Red G String Ukulele Band

WATCH: Hum ‘n’ strum with Red G String Ukuleles

KERRI Marshall is something of a musical hero.

She remembers at age 10 soothing homesick kids at her boarding school with simple melodies strummed on her ukulele.

Now the 66-year-old Urangan woman, who is also an electric bass enthusiast, is joined by about six others to bring happiness to those relaxing at Scarness.

"Between us we have about 300 years of ukulele experience," she said.

Kerri is just one member of the Red G String Ukulele Band which performs at the Scarness rotunda every Thursday.

But nothing is risqué about the ensemble named after the red coloured G string fitted onto the instrument.

See the Red G String Ukulele Band between 10am and 12.30pm every Thursday at the Scarness Rotunda. 



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