Claude Lacelle posted on October 17, 2015 15:42
Chordy Book Chart for the October BUG Jam Songs is now ready. Have this pdf on hand for BUG Jam night so you can quickly reference those ghoulish...
Mike Cox posted on October 07, 2015 17:25
With spooky lyrics, why not add it to Halloween?
This Tom Waites 2004 song seems to have been based on the 2003 NY Times account of a slave jail in...
Mike Cox posted on October 07, 2015 17:18
Mike C - I sang this song at the half a couple years ago for Halloween. This is going to be very much my own intrepretation and with help from Chris, ...
Sue Rogers posted on September 21, 2013 00:10
"Grandfather's Clock" is a song written in 1876 by Henry Clay Work. It is a standard of British brass bands and colliery bands, and is a...
You can play along with the video in (Bm) and that's the key that Charles' leads this song in on BUG night. I've also posted the song...
Charles de Lint posted on November 10, 2012 02:50
YOU CAN PLAY ALONG WITH THE VIDEO IN GCEA TUNING!
"Mr. Spaceman" is a song by the American rock band the Byrds and was the thir...
Mark Rogers posted on October 13, 2012 15:01
THE SONGSHEET IS IN THE SAME KEY AS THE VIDEO!
This song is by Hawksley Workman and appears on the album Lover/Fighter (2003).
Sue Rogers posted on October 13, 2012 11:46
YOU CAN PLAY ALONG WITH THE 1ST VIDEO IN GCEA TUNING, IF YOU PUT YOUR CAPO ON THE 4TH FRET!
"Long Black Veil" is a 1959 country ...
Sue Rogers posted on October 13, 2012 02:54
My uncle used to sing this one to us as we climbed the tower in Casaloma! Have fun with it! The 2nd video is in the same key!
"With Her Head T...
Sue Rogers posted on October 13, 2012 01:14
Wooooo.....scaaaary! You can play along with the Harry Belafonte video!
"Jumbie Jamberee" is a calypso song credited to Conrad Eugene Mau...
Sue Rogers posted on October 11, 2012 22:12
The song Bringing Mary Home was written by John Duffey, Joe Kingston, Chaw Mank and was first recorded and released by The Country Gentlemen in 1965. ...
Gordon Thomas posted on February 28, 2012 21:33
"Molly Malone" (also known as "Cockles and Mussels" or "In Dublin's Fair City") is a popular song set in Dublin, Ire...
Gordon Thomas posted on October 14, 2011 21:48
"The Purple People Eater" is a novelty song written and performed by Sheb Wooley, which reached no. 1 in the Billboard pop charts in 1958 fr...
Gordon Thomas posted on September 30, 2011 10:13
"Witch Doctor" is a song performed by Ross Bagdasarian Sr., and released in 1958 by Liberty Records under the stage name David Seville. The ...
Sue Rogers posted on September 05, 2011 20:30
3 video versions - Nat King Cole (awesome), one by Eva Cassidy that that blew me away, and a neat instrumental jazzy one for you more advanced uke pla...
Sue Rogers posted on September 05, 2011 17:01
You can play along with the video!
The Rocky Horror Show is a musical with music, lyrics and book by Richard O'Brien. A humorous tribute to the...
Sue Rogers posted on September 05, 2011 15:28
You can play along with the videos in GCEA tuning!
In the bridge, if you like you can do add a Db chord (1114) into the mix if you wish. It mimics ...
Sue Rogers posted on September 05, 2011 15:21
You can play along with the video!
The Rocky Horror Show is a musical with music, lyrics and book by Richard O'Brien. A humorous trib...
Sue Rogers posted on August 22, 2011 15:38
This is the original version as recorded by Ian and Sylvia in 1963.
"Four Strong Winds" is a song written by Ian Tyson in the early 1960s...
Timothy Blinks posted on August 22, 2011 15:21
"Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" is a popular Christian hymn written in 1907 by Ada R. Habershon with music by Charles H. Gabriel.
Sue Rogers posted on May 02, 2011 22:26
"Oh My Darling, Clementine" is an American western folk ballad usually credited to Percy Montrose (1884), although it is sometimes credited ...
Sue Rogers posted on May 02, 2011 17:36
"Vive La Compagnie" has many variations from around the world. Scouts adopted it as one of their tunes under "Vive l'Amour". I...
Sue Rogers posted on April 29, 2011 16:18
“Waltzing Matilda”: Slang for travelling by foot with ones things in a Matilda (bag) slung over ones back.