‘Ukulele Chord Shapes eBook
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Thank You

Throughout the year I spend a lot of time in awe of how cool my life is – I am really very lucky and grateful for the circumstances that created where I’ve been and where I am going. But with this week being the host of Thanksgiving, I have been thinking of some of the specific things I am thankful for this year:

  • A better-than-average year. It’s been quite interesting and informative.
  • The opportunity to go to college for music. Thanks to Uncle George Kahumoku and Keola Donaghy for keeping an eye on me and making sure I’m getting as much out of the music program as possible.
  • My instrument. It’s been five years already that we have been partners in music.
  • Music. Still lifting me up.
  • My family. Being away from home makes me realize how awesome they really are.
  • The Kahumoku camp. Once again the most enlightening week of my life. Thank you to Keoki Kahumoku and Tiffany Crosson for making it happen and letting me participate every year.
  • My roommate, Axel Menezes. Killer ‘ukulele player, brutally funny Portagee, and a good friend who has made school life a lot more bearable.
  • My mentors, namely James Hill and Herb Ohta Jr.
  • Everyone who supports “Brad Bordessa, the musician” and enjoys my music.
  • Understanding in the world. People are slowly becoming aware of important issues that need to be dealt with.
  • All of my friends who keep me in line, support, and teach me about myself.
  • The web community that continues to support my work on Live ‘Ukulele. (You!)

Meet The Author:

Brad Bordessa

Brad plays 'ukulele on the Big Island of Hawai'i. He writes original music, performs, and hunts unicorns - all with only an 'ukulele.

1 comment… add one
  • S Nov 25, 2012, 2:29 pm

    Awaiting your first CD sometime. It’ll be lovely, I have no doubt.

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