It has come to my attention that there are still a few folks out there who have not yet had the good fortune to make it to a Lil' Rev show. Well, while there's no substitution for the real thing, it just so happens that there a few exceptional Revheads out there who managed to capture some choice bits of some of my shows below. Hopefully the videos below will be able to hold you over until you can make it to a show yourself.
One Meatball
This tune is still one of my most requested arrangements. I originally learned it from my local hero Larry Penn. I then went on to listen to versions by Josh White, Ann Rabson and Dave Van Ronk, it’s a classic tune!
St. James Infirmary
This is a standard early Jazz classic. Louis Armstrong and Cab Calloway forced me to do it! I am performing this with my dear friend Brian Hefferan an extraordinary musician and ragtime Guru on the uke.
Drop Baby Drop
One of the songs off my CD by the same name. I learned this on the 2009 winter tour in CA from Kerry Penberthy of the South Bay Strummers in Torrance. It is a perennial favorite and a really fun song to play. Here I am with Uke Maven Dominator. We made this video in Roseville, CA on my winter tour.
  Me or Uke Blues
This is an original tune from my Drop baby Drop sessions. Yes. It is based on a true experience when I once dated a gal who was jealous of my ukulele.
Ain’t No Tip Toeing Thru The Tulips
This is a song off of my Fountain of Uke 10th Anniversary album.
Golden Slippers
Here’s another with my pal Brian Hefferan of The Fabulous Heftone’s. This is a classic old time dance melody from the late 1800’s and a real barn-storming, toe-tapping tune!
Little Richard
This is a tune I wrote for my happiest way to be sad album. Here we are at The NY ukulele festival with an all-star cast of great players. It really shows how we all support each other at these events. Having fun! Dig that awesome solo by the great James Hill towards the end of the song! Go cat go!
Shake That Thing
This one is just pure 100% unadulterated good time music! Watch out for the instrument changes by Lil Rev!

Still can't get enough?

No problem… head on over to my YouTube page and watch to your heart's content.