Have you ever wondered why the ukulele has become so popular? With just four strings and a sweet and happy sound, it’s an instrument that anyone can pick up and play with just a little bit of instruction. Chris Bodey and friends will host a series of workshops for anyone interested in learning the joys of singing and strumming. Suitable for absolute beginners and those who already know how to play, you’ll learn some classic songs and get the chance to perform as part of the inaugural Cruisin’ Country Ukestra / Uke’ol’opry / Uke Family
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