Chatting with ukulele and harmonica extraordinaire Li’l Rev

Li’l Rev chats about old-time music, ukuleles, and harmonicas.

By Chyrisse Tabone, Tampa Correspondent

I have had the pleasure of attending numerous concerts and workshops held by Marc Revenson aka “Li’l Rev” who is probably known not only as a ukulele master but also a harmonica enthusiast and music historian. Li’l Rev may also be the busiest musician in the ukulele workshop/convention circuit.  If he is not traveling to festivals around the country, he is writing Hal-Leonard music books, recording CDs, and/or performing ukulele and harmonica concerts. His pace is almost dizzying. I sat down briefly between workshops to interview him at the Tampa Bay Ukulele Getaway 2014 held in Clearwater, Florida.

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