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Grande Royale Ükulelists of the Black Swamp

WCDPL Ukulele Club

The Ukulele Club has virtually returned to the Wood County District Public Library. Our Facebook Live stream is broadcast on Monday afternoons at 1:00 ET and archived under the VIDEOS tab on the library's FB page.

Here is a PDF document containing chord diagrams and additional material related to Ukulele Club.

Here are Geoff's first and second Uke Club video lessons.

Collaborative recording project

If you want to be part of the collaborative recording of our new song, "Coming out of here", listen to these guide tracks. You might also find it helpful to look at the diagrams in the PDF document and/or watch sessions 4, 5, or 6 of the Ukulele Club live stream (links and details above).

ChorusPart1 |  ChorusPart2 |  Interlude |

Then make a recording (audio and/or video) of yourself playing and/or singing along (while listening to the guide tracks with headphones/earbuds), and use  ***  THIS LINK  ***  to upload your recordings. You can also use this link to upload a photo of your ukulele. (You will be asked for a name and email address, so we know you're choosing to participate and give us permission to use your recording, and so we have a way to contact you in case we have any trouble with your files.)

If you have any questions, let us know! info at grubsmusic dot com

GRÜBS videos

Here's a mélange of live performances and album tracks, now featuring songs from our EP, Air Everywhere, as well as Sheri's ode to Dr. Amy Acton (which includes a banjo but unfortunately no ukuleles).

Buy GRÜBS music

You can buy GRÜBS CDs at Finders Records in Bowling Green, Ohio, and at GRÜBS performances.

CDs and downloads are available from CDBaby and Amazon. Also downloads and streaming and what-not from iTunes and Google Play and Spotify, etc. (When searching, be mindful of spelling and ümlauts!)

GRÜBS on stage and in the news

In 2019 we were featured in the Toledo City Paper, on WGTE's Rough Draft Diaries, and in the Sentinel-Tribune.

We played live on the WBGU-FM Morning Show, and on stage at the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center, the Black Swamp Arts Festival, the Port Clinton Lighthouse and Maritime Festival, and the Owens College "Accent on the Arts" concert series.