The Ukulele Craze on the Mainland United States

Ukulele was a fad on the Mainland United States in 1915. Hawaiian songs, such as “Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula,” were playing on the radio. Every kid in Berkeley, California, seemed to own an ukulele. College glee clubs strummed on the ukulele. Ukulele manufacturers in Hawaii and on the Mainland were pumping out ukulele.

Read more about it in “The Ukulele Craze on the U.S. Mainland.”

The Ukulele Craze on the U.S. Mainland
https://hdnpblog.wordpress.com/historical-articles/the-ukulele-craze-on-the-u-s-mainland/

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