#TeachingTuesday No.10 ~ Women’s History Month!

Happy Women’s History Month! We had a great jam last Saturday, playing some of our favorite women songwriters (Missed it? Join us next month!)

YouTube Channel Theme: Women Songwriters

This week – and all month – I’ll be sharing ukulele tutorials on my YouTube Channel that feature women songwriters and moments in women’s history. In this week’s #TeachingTuesday – No. 10! – learn to play Stevie Nicks’ song Dreams, recorded by Fleetwood Mac in 1977. It’s just two chords! (Ok, three if you want…)

After watching through the tutorial above, keep learning with me!

International Womens Day Songwriter Showcase

In the intro to the tutorial, I mention my International Women’s Day Songwriter Showcase. That takes place this Friday, March 10, 7:00pm at Artichoke Music in Portland, OR. Please join us in person or via livestream, using the following links:

Who are YOUR favorite women songwriters?

As I continue to post tutorials and perhaps a few song studies this Women’s History Month, let me know who *your* favorite women songwriters / songs written by women are. Drop me a line here, I’d love to hear from you.

Published by Avery Hill

I'm a teaching artist: a singer-songwriter, ukulele teacher, and performer of music and stories. I really love the balance of practicing my craft(s) and sharing my love of music and stories with my students.

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