A: I like playing classical piano and I’m sure my brother could too. It’s no harder to play on an ukulele than piano though and I would recommend it to other pianist.
Q: Do you play ukulele or what?
A: I have no plans of learning to play ukulele.
JK is the only word. I have no more ukulele now.
Crazy JK has no plans to learn to play ukulele.
Q: Are you a composer or just musician?
A: I like to compose and have played instruments on the guitar before.
I’m also an independent contractor which means I’m not actually working for a company or any corporation.
Q: Which instruments are your favorite to play?
A: I love strings because you don’t have to change out the tune when you use them.
The same goes for the ukulele.
Q: What’s the best way to practice?
A: I usually practice on the beach. In my home town in Finland, I got a chance to play my first gig on a large beach in 2011 with a friend of mine I’ve known for a few years. I was really excited about that and I was able to impress him with my abilities using only ukulele and a bunch of songs.
My favorite instrument/s is the ukulele but any one that I can play any part without a hitch is good enough for me. I guess most people know me as a concert pianist but that doesn’t mean I’m not also a competent keyboard player. I use my ukulele for all kinds of music.
Q: When do you write or produce?
A: Whenever I have a break.
Q: What’s your biggest musical inspiration?
A: I try to listen to a lot of music on repeat to keep me awake when I’m asleep. Music from Japan and Taiwan have been a huge influence.
Q: You just played with my band, Why Uke, what kind of music do you play? It was awesome and very nice to meet uke like this!
A: I like playing the same tune over and over again, that’s why I’m also known for “Kamishii” or “Kamishii” which I often perform all over
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