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Online Ukulele Jam

April 2 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm PDT

Avery Hill's Online Ukulele Jam

As of January 2022, I’m still hosting jams on Zoom on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month (mostly).

Jams offer players of all levels of experience and skill several opportunities. It’s a great chance to take some risks, connect with other ukulele players, and learn in an informal environment. I do my best to make our songs as accessible as possible, so that everyone can find a meaningful way in.

Those that are able are encouraged to donate whatever they can here to keep the music going. Teaching and sharing music with others is my livelihood – your financial support at this time is deeply appreciated. Pay here via credit card, or you can Venmo @songbysong or PayPal avery@learnsongbysong.com. THANK YOU.

Ukulele Jam Details

  • Generally 1st and 3rd Saturdays, 1:00-2:30pm. Please note dates are subject to change.
  • Join our e-newsletter to get our songbook, meeting link, and confirmation of upcoming jam dates.
  • See you there!

Ukulele Jam Songbook

As mentioned above, you can gain access to the jam songbook by joining the e-newsletter here. With the invaluable help of our beloved jam “chatsistant” Lois Leveen, I’ve done my best to put together a songbook that represents a variety of genres, songwriters, and musical traditions. I’ve also tried to make sure we’ve got songs you won’t find at most other ukulele jams. For example, we’ve got everything from folk favorites from The Carter Family to an ukulele adaption of The Wind Cries Mary, by Jimi Hendrix. We’ll play Bring Me Little Water Sylvie, by early 20th century songwriter Leadbelly, and then Talkin’ About a Revolution by late 20th century songwriter Tracy Chapman. … And everything in between …

Questions?

Learn more about me here. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out here.

Details

Date:
April 2
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm PDT
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Venue

Zoom
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Organizer

Avery Hill