A. About a year. I used to play more guitar but my friend Rolando was staying with me one weekend and kept playing these Spingsteen songs on his uke. It was either kill him or join him and I couldn't kill him.
Q. What music influences you in general?
A. All of it does in some way I'm sure even the really annoying stuff.
Q. How would you describe your sound?
A. The sound track to bungled open heart surgery. Candid folky pop tunes with bite.
Q. Do you write your own songs or is this something you may consider for the future?
A. I've been writing songs for a few years but they haven't had much of an outing. I keep them in old biscuit tin under the bed.
Q. Please describe your overall experience at UCL.
A. Fantastic people lots of hangovers.
Q. Would you recommend learning the ukulele and if so why?
A. Definitely! They're really easy to carry so you can take one anywhere.
Q. Where can we find you playing outside of UCL?
A. I've done the odd gig here and there. I'd like to do more but I haven't got anything lined up. It's about time I sorted that out. I also run a jam night at the
Q. What does the future hold for Antoinette.
A. In about twenty minutes, a nice glass of plum porter. After that, who knows maybe a crusty pork pie.
Q. What message or wise words would you like to send out into the world this Christmas?
A. Don't spend too much money on junk. Oh and leave a carrot out for rudolf on christmas eve, it's hard work dragging that sleigh about all night.