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2nd Sunday Jams at Hambone's Pub

Ukulele players of all skill levels are invited to come and Jam at Hambone's PubCome to play ukulele, sing along, or even just to watch. We play from 5-7 pm.  

Come earlier and sample Hambone's menu; meet other players over a beverage or just tune up. Parking is free on Sundays and there is a small city lot across the street from Hambone's.

The format of these Jams includes starting with easier songs from "The Daily Ukulele:365 Songs," playing additional "365" songs and then moving into the leader's play list. Participant recommendations are played, along with any new songs you want to present. 

PLAYLIST 

Sorry to take so long in getting this song list posted, time just slips away.  I’m looking forward to having more ukulele fun with you all on October 10 at Hambones.

From 365:
Blowin in the Wind  
You Are My Sunshine
Jambalaya
Keep on the Sunny Side
Sloop John B

From 366:
Singing the Blues
Spooky
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
I’m An Old Cow Hand
You Belong to Me
500 Miles

From nwpaukuleles.com

Under the Boardwalk
A Kind Of Hush
Five Foot Two Medley
I’m Looking Over a Four-Leaf Clover
One Meatball
Since Maggie Dooley Learned the Hooley

NEW FOR 2014! OPEN MIC 6:30-7:30 pm. We will set up a mic for anyone who would like to perform.  This is a great supportive space to show the group what you have been working on!

Bring the "Daily" book, a music stand, your printed "play list" and 20 copies of any music you want to add. The goal is to have fun, improve your ukulele skills and meet people with a similar interest.

Sign up now to attend this "Jam."  See you at Hambone's.

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  • Jack M.

    Not well attended, but for those who were there, it was a really good time.
    Drew put together a terrific play list and did a great job leading us through it.

    October 12, 2014

  • patty w.

    P.S. Went to NW PA web site and can't download any songs from there either.

    1 · October 10, 2014

    • Drew D.

      You should be able to choose songs from one of the songlists at the top of the page. They are all in PDF format and are downloadable by simply saving or dragging & dropping or are printable online.

      1 · October 11, 2014

  • patty w.

    I'm not able to download or print any of the NW PA uke songs. It is just a list. What to do?

    October 10, 2014

  • Mary Dean A.

    how can I download music from nwpaukules.com? I have been trying unsuccessfully.

    October 9, 2014

    • Drew D.

      You should be able to choose songs from one of the songlists at the top of the page. They are all in PDF format and are downloadable by simply saving or dragging & dropping or are printable online.

      1 · October 10, 2014

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