Three's company as Stephen Scourfield and Matt Layton are joined by luthier and musician Scott Wise. From Alaska to Kerala, the South West forests and the wandoo woodlands, Scott has collected woods such as Warren River cedar, silver gimlet and Sitka spruce and crafted them into his much-sought-after ukuleles. Scott and Stephen treat Matt to a Hawaiian song ahead of their February performance of There Are Strings Attached at the Perth Writers' Festival.
Catch Matt Layton on the Spirit Drive show weekdays from 4pm. Go to Spirit Radio
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