About Alan 'UKE' Harris  
I have been playing, collecting, restoring and making Uke Banjos for over 40 years. I have specialised in restoring vintage Uke Banjos mainly originating from the U.S.A produced in the 1920s and 30s when the instrument had its hay-day. I have built up a very fine collection. I receive many requests for advice and knowledge on old instruments. 15 years ago I produced a Ludwig style uke banjo, 10 were made and this was followed by a Gibson style uke banjo and an Abbott style uke banjo. These were designed by me based on the originals using quality materials. An expert  instrument maker, John Claughton, worked on these with me. To see a list of Uke Banjos and Ukules for sale, both vintage and new instruments, please click here. Part exchange considered.

I have many instruments being restored that will be for sale. I also have a ukulele museum. Personal visits are welcome by appointment only.

A number of associated items are for sale.

A new CD is in progress at the moment and will be on sale later this year.

Anyone wishing to learn Ukulele or Uke Banjo should contact me for lessons. I can teach you the Brake Stroke and other techniques.

I also lead a band called Hot Rhythm & Dynamite. There are five in the band. We have played together for over 20 years. The band consists of: Alan Harris, Ukulele Banjo and Ukulele: Less Graham, Fiddle Phone: David Gloan, Guitar: Phillip Hobson, drums and washboard: Dave Lois, bass. We play for charity and also take bookings.

On Stage is a charity show staged on the first Monday of every month at the Queens Arms, Harrogate Road, Leeds from 8pm prompt. is run very successfully by myself and a small committee. All profits go to a different charity each month ALL WELCOME!
Picture of Alan UKE Harris Smile with Mr Ukulele!
Alan Harris sings and plays your toe
tapping favourites!       
   Ukulele Banjos
and Ukuleles for sale!

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