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North of Bombay - Ukulele Group - Auckland


Type: Ukelele Orchestra


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North of Bombay is a group of eight musicians from all over Auckland who share a love for all things musical. Six of the members are already music teachers whilst the other two enjoy making music as a hobby. Together they formed North of Bombay in order to play and sing together. These musicians aren’t afraid to show off their talents and they love nothing more than to perform in front of large audiences who enjoy good music and, for those who know the words, singing along.



Songs are played with a variety of ukuleles: 6-string, baritone, bass, concert, soprano and tenor, resulting in rich, layered music. Instruments include, African drums, glockenspiel, percussion, melodica and flute. Vocal harmonies are a strength of the group



North of Bombay have a repertoire of songs starting in the sixties up to the present day and it’s constantly increasing. Of course, they also compose their own songs when they’re not too busy re-living their glory days and play these alongside the more well-known songs.


North of Bombay have just returned from a South island tour performing in vineyards, pubs, community venues. They have performed around Auckland and Waiheke at public and private functions, festivals and birthday parties.

Ideal for: totally different theme setting entertainment for corporate function, private party, wedding

Signature tune: North of Bombay (instrumental)

Covers
Lying in the Sand
Bus Stop
Octopus Garden
Sway
Falealili Uma
Dream
Bye Bye Love
I’ll Fly Away
Halleluia
The Model
Ride On
I’ll Tell Me Ma
Whiskey in the Jar
Dirty Old Town
I’m Yours
Maybe Tomorrow
Don’t Worry Be Happy

Originals
Tropical Waiheke
Elegant Simplicity
Misty Blue – 2nd in APRA Ukulele Song writing competition 2011
Madame La Farge
Poncho Rae – see mp3
Wish – see mp3

Just tidying up my emails - evening was a great success. Thank you. Yes have recommended you to others - hard to beat with the Hawaiian shirt theme.
Professor Cindy Farquhar

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