The Pluckin’ Strummers – Los Angeles Ukulele Club
Meeting on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the each month
10:00am – 12:25pm (unless otherwise stated)
9:00am – 9:45 – Pluckin’ Strummer members please come early for a free group lesson. Bring your questions and materials.
It pays to be a Pluckin’ Strummer!
Christ Church Griffith Park, Atwater Village 3852 Edenhurst Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90039-1642
The Pluckin’ Strummers is about having fun, sharing our love of music
and growing our skills. We are a teaching club, a welcome place for
beginners and home to players of all skill levels.
First meeting is FREE – $5.00 donation suggested per meeting thereafter.
You can attend without owning or having picked up a musical instrument.
We have a few loaner ukuleles available if you don’t yet have your own.
A rough guide to how are meetings break down:
We will play songs as a group from one of our club books.
15 minutes or so to enjoy conversation, coffee, and snacks.
Playing Song Arrangements:
The second half of our meeting, after the break, we will be concentrating on our arrangements with attention to detail so that all skill levels can participate. Please feel free to suggest songs for us to play.
An opportunity to test out your chops playing a solo or with a small group
in front of a supportive audience. Or, bring a song to share with the group.
The Small Print:
We started this club to have FUN! So that means:
No politics, no attitudes, no egos allowed.
All members are encouraged to contribute to the goals of the club.
Policies and procedures will be changed and improved as needed.
We value your input:
We’re not a new club any more, but, we are open to idea’s and suggestions.
If you have been involved in a musical group of some kind and wish to
share what worked and what hasn’t for you, please email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org – put ‘Club Suggestions’ as the subject
so it will get read.
The Daily Ukulele – A Jumpin’ Jim Ukulele Songbook by Jim Beloff
The Daily Ukulele Leap Year Edition by Jim Beloff
Treasury of Ukulele Chords by Roy Sakuma
(A great chord reference book)
Hal Leonard Ukulele Method Books 1 & 2 by Lil’ Rev
(Strongly suggested for beginners with no previous stringed
All of the above books are available online at a variety of book sellers.