Come join the ukulele fun.
This is the web site of The Tulsa Ukulele Club,
We meet every Thursday. We rehearse, jam, perform Open Mic, laugh, and learn.
** current schedule: Updated 16 Jan 2015 ****
1st Thursday (6:30 pm) meetings is where we cover our songs for performances If working songs to a performance level is what you desire then this is the meeting you will enjoy. Everyone is welcome to jam with us as we practice.
2nd Thursday (6;30 pm) will Open Mic Night. If you want to get up do your own thing by performing as a solo or duets or etc... as the club cheers you on then this is the meeting for you. If performances end early we go into jam mode. So if you come even to watch the performers bring your ukulele and song book.
3rd, 4th, and sometimes 5th Thursday nights (6:30 pm)will be (Rehearsal/Jam Night). If taking turns picking songs to play and being exposed to new songs is your cup of tea then you will enjoy these meetings. We rehearse and jam on songs mostly the Yellow Daily Ukulele book. We encourage use of the the Blue Daily Ukulele book as well. Printed out song sheets are sometimes use as well.
See "Tulsa Uke Club" on FaceBook.
See tulsaukes.blogspot for most recent news and updates.
See our YouTube channel for performances and practices.
Check out our Hawaiian Play Along List on YOUTUBE. Songs from the Yellow and Blue books (mostly). Here.
We are people of all ages who enjoy playing the ukulele. We welcome every level of player from beginner to professional. We play a wide variety of music, as diverse as our membership. Old time standards, country, folk, Hawaiian and blues but we are welcome to new influences.
We are also always interested in putting together non-profit performance groups as we did for the Christmas season of 2012. See our YouTube channel for these performances.
We have currently performed three Hawaiian themed concerts: Private Dentist Party, Methodist Manor lounge, and a Sweet Adelines meeting.
Thank you for visiting our website. Please contact Ralph at firstname.lastname@example.org or Rex at email@example.com if you have any questions.
You can use our Contact Us page as well but the email get quicker response.
We have song books and song sheets that you can find on our Resources page but mostly lately we've been using the The Daily Ukulele songbooks.
Good books to have. Many Clubs and Meet Ups use these both The Daily Ukulele songbooks (among other books)..
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