Jake Shimabukuro, considered one of the world's top ukulele players, recently performed on World Cafe. Danny Clinch/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jake Shimabukuro in Concert at the San Francisco Jazz Festival 11/9/08

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Jake Shimabukuro in Concert on World Cafe - 09/10/2008

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