In 2007, Amy Crehore painted her first fine art "Tickler" brand ukulele: LINK
In 2009, her Tickler Uke #2 (pineapple model above) was finished (designed by Crehore
and built from scratch by luthier Lou Reimuller). To see details: Follow this link.
Also, Crehore's collection of 13 hand-painted, restored vintage ukes,
"Tickleroos" , were featured in her fine art solo show, "Dreamgirls and Ukes"
in Los Angleles, CA in Feb/March 2009: LINK to close-ups,
plus two more antique ukes just added (2011).
Brand new Crehore concert uke design Tickler # 3 is being built now! See progress HERE!
Special Tickler Ukulele Artist T-shirts are available here.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
In the 1990's, Amy Crehore played in a band called the "Hokum Scorchers" with
Lou Reimuller (creator of Teenar Girl Guitar). Here she is with a washboard
and Lou is playing his Style 0 1933 National guitar.
They played blues, rags and hokum music from the 1920's-1950's at Bumbershoot,
the Seattle Folk Festival and other NW venues such as Ken Kesey's events.
NEW! HOKUM SCORCHERS on soundcloud.
LISTEN TO TEN SONGS RECORDED BY THE HOKUM SCORCHERS IN THE 1990s HERE
Band featured on Boingboing! (8/17/11) GWEEK 014 podcast features song "You May Go" (8/30/11)
Gweek 015 boingboing's podcast features song, "Pick Poor Robin Clean" (9/5/11)
Gweek 015 boingboing's podcast features "I Got Your Ice Cold NuGrape" (9/19/11)
NuGrape Song from 1926 performed by the Hokum Scorchers