Jenny Parenteau plays ukulele with The Loveys, a brilliant four-piece band from Mullumbimby in northern NSW. I first heard them play at the Newkulele festival in 2018, and was thrilled to hear that they would be at SPRUKE this year.
I had a chat with Jenny in The Loveys’ dressing room backstage before their sound check for the Sunday afternoon performance. There were other sound checks going on in the background while we talked, so enjoy the background music!
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Songs played in this episode:
- Have I Left It Too Late? (Jenny Parenteau)
- It’s Great Being Old (Jenny Parenteau)
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Ukulele is the New Black is produced by Meredith Harper, who also wrote the theme tune. The theme tune was performed by Meredith Harper, Jasmine Fellows, Geoff Skellams and Jim Croft. Seb Carraro does the graphic design.
The music played in this episode is licenced under a Podcasts (Featured Music) agreement with APRA AMCOS.