by Chris Rotolo, Senior Staff Writer
According to a tweet made Tuesday afternoon by local producer, and electric ivory tickler for the Southside Johnny led Asbury Jukes, Jeff Kazee, he and the aforementioned front-man have finished recording a cover of The Beatles‘ “I’m Down” for a lengthy project, nearing the entrance to its third year, named The Beatles Complete On Ukulele (TBCOU).
“At http://www.thebeatlescompleteonukelele,” begins the organization’s mission statement, “we will release a new recording of a Beatles song, featuring a different artist, every Tuesday. A short essay will coincide with every recording and each performance will include a ukulele.”
The project began on January 20, 2009 and will conclude on July 31, 2012, or the eve of the Summer Olympic Games in London.
Check back for Soutside’s addition and a supposed rendition of “Something” by Sir Paul McCartney himself.
“Your Mother Should Know (feat. Sarah Silverman and Oedipus Rex) by Alan Cohen Experience:
Also, be sure to pick up the very recently released, Jeff Kazee produced, Bridge by boardwalk favorite and Stone Pony house band Outside The Box, the band’s debut full-length record: