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Stamford Bringing Joy Of The Ukulele To Connecticut
The little ukulele, long regarded as a novelty toy instrument, is finally getting the respect it deserves on America’s mainland. States from coast to coast are participating in the current wave of popularity the uke is currently riding, and ukulele clubs are popping up from California to New Jersey and everywhere in between.
It’s not surprising, exactly, that the ukulele is back in vogue: Anyone can play it. The diminutive instrument has only four strings, and you can learn three chords to accompany dozens of songs in half an hour or less. Luckily, there are plenty of uke clubs around the States to help you find your way with this four-stringed mini guitar.
In Stamford, Connecticut, the Ukuleles of Southern Connecticut (TUSC) are around every month to help you fine-tune your ukulele playing. The group is made up of ukulele enthusiasts in the Fairfield County area looking to enjoy good company, great songs and better friendships, and is led by local ukulele performer and teacher, Uncle Zac “The Uke Guy”.
With over 55 years of experience performing and teaching a wide range of styles and materials, members of TUSC know they have skill and knowledge on their side in each meeting. The group welcomes members from all over the Fairfield County area – including towns like Stamford, Norwalk, Bridgeport, Stratford and Farfield, and even as far out as Shelton – but this town on the border of Farfield County already has their own uke group.
The Four Strings Ukulele Band of Southern Connecticut is a group of ukulele enthusiasts who gather every Tuesday to improve their ukulele skills, spread the joy of uke music, and just have fun.
The group usually practices Tuesdays at 10:00am at Crosby Commons in Shelton. Ukulele players of any skill level are welcome, and visitors are encouraged to sit in.
Whether you’re playing one, or just listening to one, the ukulele makes you feel good. So what better way to promote the ukulele and its passionate uke communities like those in Fairfield County, than by stopping by (or joining) one of their many incredible uke clubs? After all, the world is in a much better place with lots of ukuleles in it – and uke communities like these know it.
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