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The Germ Song

by The Ukulele Scramble

Using ukuleles, Robin Hoffman and Richard Perlmutter twist styles from across the decades and centuries into knots, often adding humorous new lyrics!
Genre: Pop: Quirky
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The Ukulele Scramble are 4X GRAMMY Nominee Richard Perlmutter and former Joffrey Ballet and Metropolitan Opera dancer Robin Hoffman. They are based in Western Massachusetts.

"True to their name, Ukulele Scramble play a lot of mashups. When they're not twisting styles from across the decades -- and centuries -- into knots, they're playing ridiculous segues, and repertoire that was definitely never meant to be played on the uke. When's the last time you heard ukulele versions of classical compositions by Charles Ives or Amy Beach? Ukulele Scramble did both, and well!"
-- New York Music Daily

"The Ukulele Scramble... mix songs from the Renaissance to the rock era, sometimes writing new and hilarious lyrics to classic songs. Their harmonies are beautifully balanced and their stage presence is friendly and engaging. Their arrangements involve a range of ukuleles from soprano to tenor and 8-string... Our audience was delighted and I can't recommend them highly enough."
-- Faith Kaufmann, Head of Arts & Music, Forbes Library, Northampton, MA



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