Ukulele performances and Shenanigans

Ukulele OPEN Shenanigan coming July 8, 2020!

What's an Open Shenanigan? Anyone with any instrument, a voice, and/or a funnybone is welcome!
Usually, Shenanigans are for ukulelians and singers and enjoyers only because other instruments tend to drown out the dulcet tones of the ukulele. This time, EVERYBODY's welcome!

Ukulele Shenanigans are fun sing-along/play-along gatherings. There will be songs for all levels, including people who just like to sing! So gather your isolation partners and let's have some fun. Here are the details so far:

  • WHEN: Wednesday, July 8, 6:00-7:30 p.m. -- Ink it in, you Ukulelian, you!

  • WHERE: On Zoom! Email me for the link! Participants can request a song from THIS SONG LIST by emailing me before the Shenanigan or requesting it in the Zoom chat during the gathering.

What's more fun than playing the ukulele? Playing with a pack of ukulelians!

At Shenanigans and Ukulele Clare performances, all levels of ukulelians and singers are welcome. Shenanigans can happen anywhere: Farmers markets, libraries, private parties, music venues .... We usually play from the latest Shenanigan packet (updated regularly). Know of a great venue or event that needs a Shenanigan? Want to hold one at your party or community? Let's talk!

Join the Ukulele Shenanigan Community on Facebook to get the latest low-down on ukulele happenings!

Your date here! Book a lesson, class, Shenanigan, Leadfoot Louise, a fun employee event, private party, moon shot, or international incident.

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  • Friday, July 10 –  Zoom Sing-Along/Play-Along at Dorothy Alling Memorial Library in Williston. All instruments and voices and ages and abilities are welcome, so get ready to play and sing along - there will be something for everyone. Participants will receive a song packet with lyrics and chords and a Zoom link when they register.
    WHEN:
    10-11 a.m.
    WHERE: Zoom! Registration required through the library.

  • Friday, July 24 –  Zoom Sing-Along/Play-Along at Dorothy Alling Memorial Library in Williston. All instruments and voices and ages and abilities are welcome, so get ready to play and sing along - there will be something for everyone. Participants will receive a song packet with lyrics and chords and a Zoom link when they register.
    WHEN: 10-11 a.m.
    WHERE:
    Zoom! Registration required through the library.

  • Friday, August 28 – Rebecca Padula Trio at North Hero House. Sit outside by the lake and savor the sweet views, the lip-smackin' food, and tasty tunes from a wide variety of genres, so your old favorite will be in there somewhere! Blues, country, bluegrass, Tin Pan Alley, traditional fiddle tunes. A perfect way to savor the sunset.
    WHEN: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
    WHERE: North Hero House, 3643 US Rt. 2, North Hero, VT

  • Leadfoot Louise is a slightly twisted Americana string band, drawing deeply from a variety of genres, including bluegrass, Tin Pan Alley, blues, Irish, rock, and pop. Lead singer Rebecca Padula takes the occasional turn on the uke, Ukulele Clare plays ukuleles, dobro, harmonica, spoons, and whatnot; and even Dan "The Fiddle Man" Wyman gets a turn on the uke. 

© 2019 by Clare Innes