It’s got a sweet riff. It has lyrics that make you sound completely badass if taken literally.
This arrangement may or may not allow you to do full justice to the Iron Maiden classic with your ukulele playing friends. We wish you well.
This tune is bound to have been an old household favourite for many of us in Australia. Help sing it to a new generation and consider whether your ukulele ensemble can write a new verse for the uke…
New, updated version with our final verse written for the ukulele! We can’t wait to perform this one!
How to fingerpick the ‘Chopsticks’ tune on the uke:
An American traditional song that originates from before the Civil war. Enjoy playing and improvising!
Here is a favourite spooky song, great for singing with a group. It makes use of a very common 50s doo-wop chord progression that is handy to be familiar with.
We think you should learn this song before confronting the Jolene in your own life. It may also bring up opportunities for some fingerstyle ukulele.
Anthemic ‘n’ sentimental, this Guns ‘n’ Roses track is sure to be a crowd pleaser on the ukulele too…!? Here is our arrangement, which has spots for all the leads so Slash impersonating uke players can go wild.
It’s pretty likely ours will have a Pacific beachy feel, so here’s the Hawaiian version:
Here is a wonderful slow burning tune from Melbourne’s Lower Plenty.