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I was playing on my uke, late one night, when my ears beheld an eerie fright. For coming through the air, to my disdain, There came the sound of this refrain They sang Go West… Anyway – It’s Stocklinch on Friday … Continue reading
The eighth and final* version of Book Zero is now on the Songbooks page. Or indeed, you can get your very own version by clicking on the cow. *Almost certainly not
Yes folks, TUSC is on tour! For one night only, we won’t be at the Constitutional Club – we’re guests of those nice people at CICCIC – Taunton’s own Arts Centre. We’ve agreed to pay £2 a head on the … Continue reading
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Well here it is. Bernard of Bernard’s Ukulele Club has expertly curated a subtle, multi-layered gig book of nuanced depth that requires such delicate musical ability to play that only TUSC can provide. 3pm Sunday 22nd July Arrive 2.30 ‘ish… … Continue reading
Morning Peeps. Just a quickie to remind everyone that next Monday’s TUSC club night WILL NOT be at the Constitutional Club but hopefully a different venue (thanks Ged). Following the funeral of a much beloved member of the Bishop’s Hull … Continue reading
Dear Worrier of the Mighty Uke…turn off the FIFA TM World Cup sponsored by McDonalds and read this… TUSC Gig at Dunkirk Memorial House (Royal British Legion) Saturday 7th July 2018 TUSC will be playing two 1/2 hr sets…1345hrs and 1445hrs There … Continue reading
THIS SATURDAY! GIG! GIG YOURSELF SILLY! Ahem. It is Churchstanton Summer Fete and here is the gig book. I thank you. Lots of fete facts here.
Lawks a Lordy it’s the Sampford Brett Gig Book. Get it here. It’s got everything you need. Including the as-yet unfound reason for the upcoming revised version. Haaaaa-ha-ha-ha-haaaa! (Bit rushed. Hence feeble quality picture! x)
Uke Geeks is a set of free ukulele song editing tools that convert “plain text” lyrics and chord names into easy-to-read songsheets with clear chord diagrams (“fingering charts”) and provides you lots of customization options. So, rather than reading this … Continue reading