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PDFs of articles and reviews

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Pacific Winds blog review of All of Me, 2016

Ashokan UkeFest Article, 2016

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University of Michigan News, 2008

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Kalamazoo Gazette, 2008

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Washtenaw Jewish News, 2009

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Ukulele Player Review of Ukulele Hit Parade, 2009

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UkeTalk interview, 2009

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Review of Mistletoe Mazel Tov, Washtenaw Jewish News, 2011

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Ukulele Magazine Review of Absolute Uke, 2015



Audio Interviews

December 2010 Ukulele Perspective Audio Interview

2010 Ukulele Perspective Podcast:

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KPFK-FM Los Angeles Radio Interview, August 2008
Ali Lexa interviewed me on radio station KPFK FM in LA. Find out my innermost secrets and learn some helpful household hints!

Newspaper Clippings

Kazoozie1972

While in High School, my buddy Howard Kalish and I did a TV commercial for Kazoozie Kazoos. It played everyday for two months on the Captain Kangaroo show!

StoneyCreek1975

Stoney Creek Bluegrass Band – The bluegrass years (mid 70’s) (l-r) Gerald Ross, Mike Sivak, Brook Haushalter, Bill Richman, Joe Mason.

VassarClemens1979

I opened the concert as a solo act for world famous fiddler Vassar Clements in 1979.

PrairieHome1982

Prairie Home Companion 1982 – The Lost World String Band’s second appearance on the show.

ChickenWire

On the road in Wisconsin 1980. It’s not always romantic and fun on the road. (l-r Gerald Ross, Frank Youngman, Dave Ross, Paul Winder, Stan Werbin)

Improv1981

The Lost World String Band played the New Years Eve show at the world famous Improvisation comedy club in NYC 1981. Our ticket to stardom.

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Backstage at the 2002 Aloha International Convention.

special

Wednesday March 25, 2009 | The Ann Arbor News | Ann Arbor resident Gerald Ross gives a workshop on transforming folksy ukulele playing into a swing style that is more jazzy at Oz’s Music Environment Tuesday in Ann Arbor.