Grand Central Hall in Liverpool
Friday 10th May 2019
7:00pm til 11:00pm
Minimum Age: 18
Jake Shimabukuro (she-ma-BOO-koo-row) is recognized as one of the world's most exciting and innovative ukulele (oo-koo-LAY-lay) players and composers.
Review of Jake Shimabukuro
Would you recommended: Yes
The show was amazing
Disappointed with the support act holding loud conversations at the bar when Jake came on
First time seeing Jake Shimabukuro, it was excellent! A Lot rockier than I was expecting! Hope he cimes back soon!
Jake was supersonic ,incredible ,amazing .The venues ok ,despite the fact Jake should be gracing the stage of far bigger theatres .Downsides were freezing cold in venue and uncomfortable seats ,too close together ,for the price paid ,but still enjoyed it .Took me and my friends at least hours to thaw out ,left with aching backs
An absolutely brilliant evening. Jake and group were amazing with the Splintered Ukes providing a very professional support performance. Tremendous night of music.
Very nice show. Iíd have liked to have seen more solo performance maybe.
Jake's ukulele playing was outstanding. He kept us enthralled throughout the concert.
Jake was amazing, I didnít know you could get such music from a ukulele! Brilliant venue in such a lovely building, and bar prices very reasonable, great night .
One of if not the best ukulele player in the world.
Jake Shimabukuro does things with a ukulele that have to be seen to be believed, accompanied by a more than able electric guitarist and bass player. Over many decades of music going, one of my top four gigs of all time for its blinding demonstration of musical virtuosity. Grand Central Hallmis a neat venue - a former nonconformist chapel. Pews cleared out downstairs for flexible seating (folded portable kind), with bar. Seats OK but not the luxurious padded kind. Overall struck me more as a good venue for an all standing/dancing rock/pop concert.
Simon Cory Brown
Excellent gig but should of been advertised more to fill the theatre, he is the best in the world at what he does and there were only approx 200 people watching!
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