A celebration of the 60s with the Wug Zoom Dedicated dozen!
Sending best wishes for a very happy Christmas to all our members and here’s hoping we will all be able to get together once more in 2021.
This year’s spooky offering from Fran….
A big THANK YOU to Fran for hosting a delightful afternoon playing (and dancing…) in her lovely garden in the summer sunshine!
…turned up to our meeting on Thursday! Scared the life out of us all…..
Hello Wuggers, The Christmas songs are now in the WUG Seasonal Songbook and can be downloaded as separate sheets. You’ll find them in the Our Music menu under Christmas Songs.
Wymondham Music Festival, June 28 2018 at Wymondham Methodist Church, 1pm. Can all players try to assemble early, perhaps no later than 12.40, so that we have some sort of warm-up time together. Location of Wymondham Methodist Church
Hello Wuggers, Here is a list of songs we will be playing during the next two months. There are about six more here than were on the last list that Roy sent, so just check you have them all. The …
Hello Wuggers, I’ve uploaded some new songs which have also been included in the WUG songbook. They are: Deep In The Heart of Texas, Singing In The Rain, Things, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow and the WUG Intro version …
Just a note from those who were at the Christmas party night on Tuesday to thank those who entertained us, Nicola for organising it and also to thank Roy for directing the musical ’rounds’ – everyone enjoyed them!
Hello Wuggers! After Tuesday’s Christmas song run through, there are a couple of very small amendments to the Wug intro, Landlord Fill the Flowing Bowl and Morningtown Ride which have all been updated on the website. The set list has …
Hello! After Tuesday’s meeting, five of the seasonal songs have been updated. They are: Jingle Bells, Let it Snow, Morningtown Ride, Rudolph, the Red-nosed Reindeer and Winter Wonderland. The seasonal songbook has been updated and the Complete songbook has been …
By Norman Greenbaum
By Boudleaux Bryant
By Neil Innes
By Richard Carpenter & John Bettis
By Harry Dacre
By Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
By Lee Hazlewood
By Doc Pomus & Mort Shuman
By Ben E King, Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller
By Phil Spector, Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry
By Allie Wrubel & Ray Gilbert
By Elizabeth Cotten
By John Fogerty
By Joe Brown and Roger Cook
By Van Morrison
By Roger Miller
A medley by WUG
A medley by WUG
By Tom Springfield
By Jimmy Van Heusen & Johnny Burke
By Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich and Phil Spector
By Albert E Brumley
By John Fogerty
By Arthur Kent & Sylvia Dee
By Robert and Richard Sherman
By Lou Adler/Herb Alpert/Sam Cooke
By Jimmy De Knight & Max Freedman
By Patty Hill & Mildred A Hill
Uh-oh! Video evidence has emerged of us at Wymondham’s busking day!
The July meeting of the group attracted another good turnout and we were pleased to welcome a couple of new faces. Most of the evening was taken up rehearsing for our short performance on Carnival Day, including ‘Bad Moon Rising’ …
This blog is about Wymondham Ukulele Group. We hold meetings on the first and third Tuesdays of every month at The Green Dragon 7 – 9pm. It’s a fun session and all abilities welcome. Please come along and join in!