I had an epiphany today when I was browsing the ukulele players facepage (AKA facebook). Right there, smack-dab on the first pinned post is a mention of the “files” section of the page that contains links, and songs… and links to songs. These are files uploaded by individuals of the group that are meant to be shared with other members. It occurred to me after reading this that there are probably lots of uke groups around the world that have similar pages where members can contribute music and share information.
So, the epiphany was simply this: I bet there’s a lot of interesting music out there hidden (or not so hidden) in the files sections of these group pages. Let’s test this hypothesis and go have a look-see. Continue reading “Ukulele Music Hacks or: How to Connect with People Across the World and Create Art”
The nostalgia makes it even more fun to play!
If you played Nintendo as a kid, then you can’t help but like these tunes on the uke. And the ukulele serves as the perfect medium for these 30-year-old digital compositions. Continue reading “Super Mario Brothers”
One of my favorite ukulele sites is Uke Hunt (Wikipedia might refer to this as a “Gag Name”). And I’m not ashamed to say that since this is my first website ever, I might use his site as a model (but also ukulelego and Got a Ukulele). Imitation is flattery. Eventually, I’ll branch off with my own ideas and do my own thing, but I think that website has a good thing going and I would like to use it as a diving board.
The tabs on Uke Hunt are great. In fact, I discovered my favorite uke tab (Naked As We Came – Iron and Wine) at this site. Continue reading “Ukulele Hunt”