A Midwinter’s Dream Jam

DSC09371Time for our next jam! Our next Zoom jam will be held on February 28th, 2022. 

As usual we will start up the Zoom session at 6:45 PM EST and begin strumming at 7:00 PM sharp.

The details for the zoom session are:

Time: Feb 28, 2022 07:00 PM EST


Meeting ID: 813 0998 2772

Passcode: 2022LUG


We will be sharing the chords and lyrics during the jam. We also have all the chords available for download so you can practice in advance. You can find a PDF of the entire set here: 2022 Feb 28 set list.

For those with an iOS device running OnSong, you can download an archive of the set here.

For those with other song applications we have linked a ChordPro version to the song title in the set list.

The jam is open to all and we hope you can join us !


Title Artist Key
Sweet Dreams Roy Orbison C
San Francisco Bay Blues Eric Clapton G
Big Spender Cy Coleman and Dorothy Fields Am
Can’t Buy Me Love Paul McCartney Em
Love Is In The Air George Young and Harry Vanda G
Starlight On the Rails Utah Phillips A
It’s Only A Paper Moon Harold Arlen, Yip Harburg and Billy Rose C
When You Say Nothing At All {c: Paul Overstreet and Don Schlitz C
The L&N Don’t Stop Here Anymore Jean Ritchie, Recorded by Michelle Shocked A
Out of Tune Joe Mailander and Justin Lansing C
Just an Old-Fashioned Love Song Paul Williams C
Wonderful World Sam Cooke C
These Boots Are Made For Walkin’ Written by Lee Hazlewood and recorded by Nancy Sinatra A
Locomotion Gerry Goffin and Carole King C
Wagon Wheel Bob Dylan and Ketch Secor C

Published by Ukulele Administrator

We are a group of Ukulele players who enjoy getting together to play and sing. We focus on fun and enjoyment. Great for beginners and experienced players - all skill levels are welcome.

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