|09.09.2022||The Music Lounge||Wollongong|
|06.10.2022||La La Land||Brisbane|
|23.10.2022||Archie's Creek Tavern||Archie's Creek|
|04.11.2022||Memo Theatre||St Kilda|
|10.02.2023||Blue Mountains Ukulele Festival||Katoomba|
|11.02.2023||Blue Mountains Ukulele Festival||Katoomba|
|18.03.2023||Melbourne Ukulele Festival||Melbourne VIC|
|31.03.2023||The Wharf||Ulverstone TAS|
|01.04.2023||Launceston Ukulele Jamboree||Launceston TAS|
“The Ukes deliver Bowie with a darkness and delicacy that gives you goosebumps”
— Angie Hart
“Masterful ukulele playing … the song selection is inspired… the Ukes move me”
— Ashley Naylor, RocKwiz Orkestra
“The best version of ‘Ashes To Ashes’ you ever heard”
— Robert Forster
“I was singing along like a lovesick teenager”
— Kate Ceberano
"Dignity and scope for the ukulele. The Thin White Ukes set a new standard of what to expect from this humble instrument"
— Steve Kilbey
“So right. So good. So wish I'd thought of that first”
— Clare Bowditch
“We love the Thin White Ukes!”
— Courtney Barnett & Jen Cloher
— Chris Cheney, the Living End
"Reverent but underscored by a cheeky sense of humour"
— The Music
"Fun, nicely sung, carefully arranged, slightly tongue-in-cheek versions of classic songs"
— The AU Review
"Perfect harmonies and a fantastic experience ... they bravely go where even Major Tom probably hasn't been"
— the Clitterati Club
"You’ve never heard Bowie quite like this."
— Time Out Melbourne
"Passion, daring and the occasional splash of glitter"
— Echonet Daily
"Small strings, big harmonies and stunning attention to detail"
— Byron News
"The Ukes' reinvention of the Bowie catalogue is sublime"
— Time Off Media Brisbane
"Is it possible to reduce such complex songs to four little strings and still get maximum Bowie impact? Yes, you can"
— Byron Shire Echo
"Out of this world… unique interpretations of some timeless songs"
— The Music, Adelaide
"Were our hearts breaking because of the lyrics, Bowie's passing or the melancholy of the strings? The Thin White Ukes excel at atmosphere"
— MEGAscene, Adelaide.
"Sensational. Tight. Harmonies. Ukemanship. and Bowie reimagined with flair, incredible subtlety and verve.”
— Music Collective North Coast Network
"Standout of the 2018 Adelaide Fringe"