Ethan Master of the Hawaiian Ukulele

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Texas Platters

Ethan Master of the Hawaiian Ukulele

So Real

There's no ukulele on So Real, but the endearing nature of Master Ethan stands. Stripped down literally and figuratively to only acoustic guitar and mic, Ethan spotlights his quirk and talents through toe-tappers "Eight Note Run" and "Noise Band," emoters "When I Was Younger" and "When You're Feeling Lonesome," and shit-kicker "Wore Out Your Welcome." Smart songwriting + crystalline sound = a bright future.


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