Sharon Baird posted on January 02, 2012 15:18
The first video is in the same key and is similar to the posted song sheet!
"Catch the Wind" is a song written and recorded by British si...
Sue Rogers posted on February 09, 2012 18:00
YOU CAN PLAY ALONG WITH THE DIXIE CUPS IN GCEA TUNING!
At Mardi Gras, the Mardi Gras Indians, who spent thousands of dollars and millions of beads ...
Sue Rogers posted on January 15, 2012 11:05
Ukuleles rockin' Michael Jackson!
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Sue Rogers posted on January 14, 2012 22:36
"Sway" is the English version of "Quién será", a 1953 Cumbia instrumental song by Mexican composers Luis Demetrio and Pablo Beltrá...
Sue Rogers posted on January 14, 2012 18:20
"Tiptoe Through the Tulips" is a popular song originally published in 1929. The song was written by Al Dubin (lyrics) and Joe Burke (music)....
Sue Rogers posted on January 14, 2012 17:59
"When I'm Sixty-Four" is a song by the Beatles, written by Paul McCartney (credited to Lennon–McCartney) and released in 1967 on t...
Sue Rogers posted on January 14, 2012 14:42
"I Will Survive" is a hit song first performed by American singer Gloria Gaynor, released in October 1978. It was written by Freddie Perren ...
Sue Rogers posted on January 02, 2012 12:49
To play in the same key as the video GCEA tuning, put your capo on the 5th fret. Normally these days you only hear the song starting at verse number 3...
Sue Rogers posted on November 06, 2011 15:23
A 1922 gem by Frank Silver & Irving Cohn! You can try playing it with the video!
rajiv kalsi posted on October 31, 2011 21:28
"Song for a Winter's Night" is a song written by Gordon Lightfoot, and first recorded for his 1967 album, The Way I Feel. Lightfoot actu...
Gordon Thomas posted on October 31, 2011 18:14
The Whistling Gypsy, sometimes known simply as The Gypsy Rover, is a well-known ballad composed and copyrighted by Dublin songwriter Leo M...
Sue Rogers posted on October 30, 2011 18:32
Keep On the Sunny Side is a popular American song originally written in 1899 by Ada Blenkhorn (1858–1927) with music by J. Howard Entwisle (1866...
Sue Rogers posted on September 10, 2011 15:00
According to Wikipedia article: Joni Mitchell bought herself a ukulele in 1957 (she would have been around 14). She had wanted a guitar, but her mothe...
Sue Rogers posted on August 22, 2011 15:44
For the BUG Jam, we'll be using the chord version, but if you'd like to work on your harmony bits you can check out the sheet music!
Sue Rogers posted on August 22, 2011 12:45
"The Lion Sleeps Tonight", also known as "Wimoweh", "Wimba Way" or "Awimbawe", is a song written and recorded ...
Sue Rogers posted on August 20, 2011 17:02
"She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain" (also sometimes called simply "Coming 'Round the Mountain") is a traditional fo...
Sue Rogers posted on August 20, 2011 00:32
'V'là l'bon vent!' Folksong on the theme of the 'trois canards' or three ducks, of which there are some 100 variants. Among th...
strumhummer posted on July 06, 2011 18:44
Sue Rogers posted on July 06, 2011 18:11
(C) Red, and (Dm) yellow, and (C) pink and green
(F) Purple, and (Em) orange, and (Dm) blue (G)
(C) I can sing a (Dm) rainbow, (Em) Sin...
Sue Rogers posted on June 07, 2011 23:29
"You Are My Sunshine" is a popular song first recorded in 1939. Jimmie Davis and the Charles Mitchell Orchestra recorded a version in 1939, ...
Sue Rogers posted on June 06, 2011 22:26
"Tonight You Belong to Me" is a popular American song, written in 1926 by lyricist Billy Rose and composer Lee David. The first ever recordi...
Sue Rogers posted on June 04, 2011 17:10
"Has Anybody Seen My Girl? (Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue)" is an American popular song that achieved its greatest popularity in the 1920s. It...
Sue Rogers posted on June 04, 2011 16:21
"This Little Light of Mine" is a gospel song with lyrics by Avis Burgeson Christiansen and a tune written by composer and teacher Harry Dixo...
Sue Rogers posted on June 04, 2011 14:51
A loose retelling of the biblical Jonah story with a Newfoundland fisherman as the hero, this folksong seems to have been adapted from the New York mu...
Mike Cox posted on May 01, 2011 16:25
TO PLAY ALONG WITH THE VIDEO IN GCEA TUNING, PUT YOUR CAPO ON THE 4TH FRET!
Prine's song about an assortment of miserable people who writ...
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.