Other Links

This is one of the best for beginners as well as more advanced players. There is a great free download that will get you started: Brett McQueen's Ukulele Tricks

Hollie Mendenhall found this link to be especially helpful for finding and practicing songs, organized in unique ways: Uke Playalongs

And she offered this presentation of songs made easy for kids (I found it helpful, too!): Kids' Uke Playalongs

Kathy found a link to a site that transposes chords for a song. I won't take the diagrams, but it does a pretty good job of getting the chords: Logue Music Services

Ted and Jen have been teaching ukulele at the Lancaster Senior Center, and Ted has put together a webpage with some song charts and lessons. You can find that right here: Senior Center Ukes



Alligator Boogaloo

Ukulele Underground

A British site with lots of song links

San Jose Ukulele Club (more songs)

A site that has various song charts and options

Bytown Ukulele Group - a uke group from Ottawa that has lots of good song charts and videos

Fun to watch, should get you motivated:

The Mighty Uke (documentary)

Any of Jumpin' Jim's ukulele books, all available at Amazon. Our favorite uke music book is The Daily Ukulele and The Daily Ukulele Leap Year Edition

If you are hoping to buy a ukulele, you can pay anywhere from $50 to thousands for ukes, but decent ukes that stay in tune and will serve you well can be had for around $100. Funky Frets in Boyertown specializes in ukuleles and is owned by Curt Sheller, a talented ukulele player. Marty's Music in Annville also has a good selection. Lancaster's Guitar Center will have some ukes as will Lifesong in Quarryville, or you can try any of the online music stores.

Here are some Bob Dylan transcriptions others have put together: Click here

Here are some John Prine songs from various sources: Click here

If you're traveling and looking for a group to play with, here's a link to a site that has several around the world: https://www.ukulele-tabs.com/clubs.html

And finally for some Ringo songs (and who doesn't like Ringo?): Click here