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The Great Plains of the USA. You’d be hard pressed to find a more vast, majestic landscape anywhere around the world. The rolling fields and buffalo that inhabit these lands make for an idyllic setting for anyone who enjoys the mysteries of nature. A big part of this area is situated in the state of Oklahoma and nestled right in the middle is the ever-growing Oklahoma City. Famous for their large livestock markets and water-taxis in the Bricktown neighbourhood, this city has seen its share of hardships as well but has risen above it in true American fashion.
How about them Ukes, you may ask? Well you’re in luck. The OKC Ukulele Group meets once a month in what they describe as a “Uke Group Extravaganza”. Melicent King is your host at this event and by the looks of things these folks eat, sleep and breathe all things ukulele. Sound like your kind of jam? You can reach the OKC Group on their Facebook page which is listed below.
The American Banjo Museum in Oklahoma City hosts annual ukulele open jam sessions and as luck would have it, the session for this year is still coming up. All that is required from you is your Bondi Uke and loads of inspiration. All levels are welcome from beginner to expert. For more information on this event you can get in touch with the museum directly on their website which is listed below.
If you’re in the mood to broaden your uke skills and have fun at the same time, check out the Ukulele Workshop hosted by Mr Jeff Howard at the Oklahoma City Traditional Music Association in Oklahoma City. This workshop focuses on learning to play well in groups (isn’t that what we all want) and all levels of skill are welcome. Bring loads of energy and suggestions as Mr Howard claims that they can play and teach any song you can think of. Quite the ambitious one there! You can get in touch with him on the weblink listed below.
Feel like taking your Bondi Uke out on the road? A two-hour drive east to Tulsa will put you in the vicinity of the Tulsa Ukulele Club. Run by Ralph Kelley and Rex Powell, this group gathers for regular jam sessions and public performances. They also host monthly in-house open mic nights where you can strum along in duets or showcase your solo talents to an accepting audience. They welcome all skill levels to join in and grow their uke abilities. Get in touch with Ralph or Rex on the website listed below.
Oklahoma City, or the OKC, has a lot more going for it than the extensive plains that surround it. If you want to be a part of the music revolution of the great state of Oklahoma, strap in your Bondi Uke and venture out into the fastest growing city in the Midwest, where all your uke dreams could come true.
Keep strumming, all!
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