We are a southern New Hampshire based ukulele group. SNHUG's primary purpose is to provide a forum for area ukesters of all levels to share songs, techniques and friendship while learning more about everyone's favorite instrument. The secondary function will be one of community service. We currently support The Ukulele Kid's Club, a 501c3 charity providing instruments and music therapy to children nationwide (theukc.org) Also on an all volunteer, non profit basis, the group will be available for area fund raisers that we collectively deem worthy of our support.
Meetings are every other Friday night in Brentwood NH.
Regardless of ability level, if you love the ukulele and want to be notified, please sign up for this meetup and details will come to you as they are posted.
Steve Hobbs did a great job representing SNHUG last month - who will be the star this month? It's a ton of fun and there will be audience strum songs for all to enjoy! (Get your slot early, they go fast!)
We are departing from our usual Saturday or Sunday afternoon senior gig to play at Cobblestone Pointe in Concord on a Thursday evening. We hope to join forces with the Upper Valley group and have a great turnout!
Setlist will be similar to past Seniors gigs, and will be put in the comments below when we get closer. Please make suggestions if you have song ideas! We will draw mainly from the Senior Songs 2019 on the SNHUG website, but additions are always welcome.
As always, bring your printed music, a stand if you have one, uke, kazoo, shakers.... and most importantly, a smile!
We have the use of the stage and sound equipment at Earcraft, and open mic performers old and new are encouraged to sign up for a 15-minute time slot! It's a great opportunity to play on stage in an informal setting, or just to listen and sing along. Performers should bring a song to share with everyone at the end of their set. With extra time we will circle up for an informal jam.
This is a beginners/intermediate group that is attendee-driven: depending on the interests of the group, we will be focusing on various skills, sharing favorite songs, or just jamming!
After starting this group last winter, we ended with a successful kids' summer program and had a great performance night with the students and SNHUG. Now we are ready to get back to our regular Wednesdays and see where they take us!
Details for each meetup will be in the comments section. Feel free to suggest songs or offer to lead us!