I just wanted to remind you that February Ukulele nIght is Wednesday, February 15 from 6:30 – 9:00 at Charlie’s Pub and eatery in Edinboro.
In addition to our usual start with easier songs to warm up we will be having a little “Beatle Mania” time with the following songs. The ones marked with * are already in our song list the others will soon appear on the website.
* Twist & Shout
* Eight Days a week
* Nowhere Man
* Octopus Garden
* With a little help
* Yellow Submarine
When Im 64
We will also have an open mic session for those who would like to perform a song. Everyone is welcome to give it a try and I encourage you to think about it.
Hope to see you there,
Our usual night for ukuleles is the second Tuesday. However, we have decided that February’s Ukulele night should not be on Valentine’s Day.
So mark your calendar for Wednesday, February 15 from 6:30 – 9:00 because that’s when February Ukulele Night will happen!
NOT ON VALENTINE’S DAY!
Just a reminder that Ukulele Night is coming up next Tuesday, November 15 from 6:30 – 9:00 at Charlie’s Pub and Eatery in Edinboro.
As usual we will arm up with some two and three chord songs and move on to this list:
Battle of New Orleans
Blowin’ In the Wind
Bye Bye Love
Eight Days a Week
Friends in Low Places
I Wanna Be a Dog
Mack The Knife
On the Sunny Side of the Street
Ragtime Cowboy Joe
San Francisco Bay Blues
Enjoy Yourself It’s Later Than you Think
Then we’ll have an open mic session for anyone wishing to participate and finish of the evening with your song choices.
So, come early, bring a friend and get ready for some fun.
We have moved Ukulele Night to the third Tuesday of November to avoid a conflict with election day. We’re sure that most of you will be watching the election outcomes. GET OUT AND VOTE!
BELIEVE IT OR NOT!
NWPA Ukuleles is celebrating our 4th anniversary on Tuesday, October 11 from 6:30 – 9:00 at Charlie’s Pub and Eatery in Edinboro.
Our first get together was on October 9, 2012. About 15 people showed up and it all began, most of those original 15 are still regular attenders as well as many, many more since then.
Imagine, four years of ukulele fun at no cost to the players, it doesn’t get any better than that.
As usual we will start with some easy two and three chord songs and move on to the following:
The Cat Came Back
Enjoy Yourself, It’s Later Than You Think
King of the Road
Little Brown Jug
People Get Ready
Salty Dog Blues
Twist & Shout
Stand By Me
“A” You’re Adorable
Bring It on Home to Me
We’ll take a litlle break to have refreshments (Ukulele shaped cookies, cupcakes, Marshmallow Hula Bunnies) are acceptable treats if you want to bring them, or not. Up to you.
Have your number ready for OPEN MIC and then we’ll all play some more.
Hope to see you there to help us celebrate, bring a friend, come early and have dinner.
Keep on strumming,