BUG: Bellingham Ukulele Group

Hello Ukulele Enthusiasts,

Join the Jam for strummin’ together on Saturday afternoon, November 10th, starting at 1:30.  Jam is a time for all levels of ukulele players to join together playing music, singing & socializing at St. James Presbyterian Fellowship Hall, 910 -14th Street. So bring your music stand and books along or share with your neighbor.

Two groups of focus…same BUG: New songs for you to practice before the Jam Nov 10th:

First half of BUG will focus  (tailor songs too) beginners/intermediate players ….songs with 2 to 5 chords…running from 1:30 pm to 2:10 pm.   Songs will be from the Daily Ukulele Vol. 1 (YELLOW BOOK) 

1    Deep In the Heart of Texas     64

2    Folsom Prison Blues     83

3     Blowin’ In the Wind     36

4     All Night, All Day     312

5     Careless Love     49

6.    Aloha ‘Oe     21

7     Bad, Bad, Leroy Brown     30

8     Fields of Gold     80

Break from 2:10 to 2:30             The second half  will focus on intermediate to advanced    players …with songs that have 3 to 16 chords.  Songs will all be from the Daily Ukulele Vol. 2, Leap Year Edition (Blue Book) 

1     Bus Stop     56

2     As Tears Go By     24

3     Big Girls Don’t Cry     44

4     Cecilia     70

5     Don’t Worry Baby     93

6     Blue Velvet    43

7     Everybody’s Talkin’ to Me     112

8     Every Breath You Take     110

9     Going Out of My Head     128

10   It Never Rains In Southern California     190

11   In the Still of the Night     189

12   Isn’t She Lovely     191

A Ukulele Soirée, November 10, 7:00pm at the Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship, 1207 Ellsworth.    Please come out for a joyful evening if Ukulele music with the Bellingham’s one and only Ukulele Orchestra and friends.    Free – By donation.

Song Circle: Join us at the historic Roeder Home (2600 Sunset Drive) for a song circle in the parlor, third Wednesday each month, September ~ June

All instruments are welcomed. We sing and play from The Daily Ukulele, Vol. 1 and The Daily Ukulele, Vol. 2. Bring your books and music stand. If you’ve a song to share, please bring 10 copies.  Free ~ donations appreciated

For information contact Wes at (360) 904-4119