The Thin White Ukes






  • Upcoming dates
08.09.2022 Jimmy Hornet Richmond
09.09.2022 The Music Lounge Wollongong
10.09.2022 Newkulele Festival Newcastle
29.09.2022 Camelot Sydney
03.10.2022 Tintenbar Hall Tintenbar
06.10.2022 La La Land Brisbane
07.10.2022 The Link Sawtell
08.10.2022 Smith's Alternative Canberra
23.10.2022 Archie's Creek Tavern Archie's Creek
04.11.2022 Memo Theatre St Kilda
09.02.2023 Camelot Lounge Sydney
10.02.2023 Blue Mountains Ukulele Festival Katoomba
11.02.2023 Blue Mountains Ukulele Festival Katoomba
13.02.2023 Tramshed Narrabeen Sydney
18.03.2023 Melbourne Ukulele Festival Melbourne VIC
31.03.2023 The Wharf Ulverstone TAS
01.04.2023 Launceston Ukulele Jamboree Launceston TAS
02.04.2023 MONA Hobart 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


"Bloody fantastic!!!!!"

— 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"

— The Music, Adelaide


MANAGEMENT The world Michael Dwyer