UKE magazine is professionally designed and printed. It looks great and is packed with interesting content. It isn’t financed by a large company, but instead is a labour of love for the small team involved. Therefore, to survive into future issues, UKE Magazine totally relies on the UK ukulele community to get behind the magazine. With healthy pre-orders and a steady stream of readers continuing to buy the magazine, the future is looking bright. Editor Matt Warnes wanted to express his thanks to people for taking the plunge and buying into the idea of a UK ukulele magazine.

It has been wonderful that people have ordered the magazine and enabled to first issue to cover its costs. A new publication is always a tricky thing, but thanks to the trust and the enthusiasm of the nation’s ukulele player, the magazine looks to have a strong future.