Mini Jam on the fourth Tuesday of each month 7.30pm till 9.30pm.
Beginners welcome at both jams.
We started off as Uke at the Duke in January 2011 in response to a request to run an evening jam. The Worthing jam known as Wukulele (which has now become Lancing Ukulele Village Club) was our model and we remain close to our sister jam which is a Sunday lunchtime event. Many ukulele players attend both jams. In 2018 we became Quayside Ukes.
Quayside Ukes has its own songbooks and invites players to submit their favourites for inclusion, songs range from traditional to punk classics, there are even a few originals.
The jam meets at “The Sussex Yacht Club”, 85/89 Brighton Road, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN43 6RF on the second Tuesday of each month 7.30pm till 9.30pm.
There is a mini jam on the fourth Tuesday of each month at the same time and venue.
Occasional away fixtures are played in local venues and the jam organises its own festival in September of each year at The Ropetackle Arts Centre. Many groups have formed out of the jam.
All abilities are welcome. Just come along, or if you want more information email email@example.com
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Jams are led by many players and are an independent non-profit collective. There is no charge for attending our jams and no formalities, just turn up and play with us.
Tuesday, 29 September 2015
Hope And Social – A Band Anyone Can Join
Following on from the very successful Ukulele Festival Sussex, for October we have another huge event planned with a band called Hope And Social from Leeds and their show A Band Anyone Can Join. First, to get a flavour of what this is all about, have a read of three accounts of one of their previous shows: here, and here, and from the band members themselves here.
If you want to have a listen to the band, you can view the culmination of their big Yorkshire Festival project where they opened the Tour de France: Grand Depart – Opening Ceremony at Leeds Arena (and supposedly to 300,000,000 people on TV) last year on YouTube
Hope And Social will be presenting a free, family-friendly A Band Anyone Can Join show on Saturday 17th October in the afternoon in a marquee on Coronation Green, Shoreham.
Want to join in with this? Of course you do!! There are four songs (all originals) you will need to know. Here they are, click on each one below to go to the web page to download an audio file:
"instructional" video on YouTube for Rolling Sideways.
Go to this folder to download all the uke chords.
Use this link to download a whole bunch of bangin' Hope And Social mp3 files, including the four songs above and all the other potential tunes they'll be doing across all the groups at the Shoreham A Band Anyone Can Join show. NB this is a big (about 160MB) zip file.
To join in you'll need to be on Coronation Green, Shoreham on Saturday 17th October by 1.00pm at the latest, as we are on at 1.15pm. We will also get a chance to play some of our own stuff, for which we will use the Wukulele & Uke at the Duke Paddle Songbook 2015.
In the week before this show there will be the usual Uke at the Duke jam on Tue 13th October when we'll be using books 1, 5 and 11, then on Wed 14th October we can meet up with Hope and Social at the Duke of Wellington to run through the songs that they will teach us, to be ready to join in their show on Saturday 17th October.
Everyone is welcome, so come and join us!