254. Berliner Ukulelenstammtisch

wieso: [www.ukulelenboard.de]
wann: 8.9.2021 ab 18:00 Uhr
wo: 52.528055988545994, 13.430526004172334


  • I’m Ready
  • Jailhouse Rock
  • I’ll Fly Away
  • When the mist clears away
  • There is a time
  • If it hadn’t been for love
  • I wish I could sprechen sie deutsch?
  • Beautiful
  • Meet me on the corner
  • What I want
  • My my, hey hey
  • On the sunny side of the street
  • Keep on the sunny side
  • Sea cruise
  • Farewell to the farm
  • The Swimming Song
  • Ue o muite aruk (aka Sukiyaki)
  • Three Little Birds – Bob Marley & The Wailers
  • Bee Gees – To Love Somebody (1967)
  • Georgy Girl – The Seekers (1967)
  • The Man Who Sold The World – David Bowie
  • Summertime Blues – The Who
  • Willy and the Hand Jive (Bo Diddley Style)- Johnny Otis

253. Berliner Ukulelenstammtisch

wieso: [www.ukulelenboard.de]
wann: 25.8.2021 um 18:30 Uhr
wo: 52.528055988545994, 13.430526004172334

  • Gimme Dat Ding (The Pipkins)
  • All Along The Watchtower (Bob Dylan)
  • Sea Cruise (Frankie Ford)
  • She Brings The Rain (Can)
  • There Is A Time (Mitch Jayne / Rodney Dillard)
  • Way Over Yonder In The Minor Key (W: Woody Guthrie, M: Billy Bragg)
  • When The Mist Clears Away (Larry Groce)
  • Space Girl (Ewan MacColl/Peggy Seeger)
  • I’ll Fly Away (Albert E. Brumley, 1929)
  • Going Up The Country (Canned Heat)
  • Everybody Loves My Baby (Spencer Williams, Jack Palmer 1924)
  • Coming Into Los Angeles (Arlo Guthrie 1969)
  • Clean Elvis (Dan Reeder)
  • Ain’t It The Truth (Allen Toussaint / Neil Young)
  • Across The Universe (Lennon/McCartney)
  • Abracadabra (Steve Miller)
  • Rock n‘ Roll Heart (Lou Reed)
  • Who’ll Stop The Rain (CCR)

252. Berliner Ukulelenstammtisch am 11. 8. 2021

Der Berliner Ukulelenstammtisch findet derzeit jeden zweiten und letzten Mittwoch im Monat statt. Mal draußen, mal per Zoom – je nach Wetterlage und Infektionsgeschehen.

Voraussichtlich hier: 52.528055988545994, 13.430526004172334

[Veranstaltungen im Osten > 252. Berliner Ukulelenstammtisch in Präsenz – und per Zoom?]

Playlist (ohne Gewähr):

Wagon Wheel – Old Crow Medicine Show
Cum On Feel the Noize – Slade
24 Frames – Jason Isbell
Clean Elvis – Dan Reeder
By The Way – Red Hot Chili Peppers
Down Under – Men at Work
The Swimming Song – Loudon Wainwright III
Mein kleiner grüner Kaktus – Comedian Harmonists
On the Sunny Side of the Street – M: Jimmy McHugh, T: Dorothy Fields
Ue o muite arukō – Hachidai Nakamura
Farewell to the Farm – T: Robert Louis Stevenson, M: Ronald Gottschling
Rock and Roll Heart – Lou Reed
I Want to Drive My Car – Neil Young
Photo Song – Holger Czukay
Police on My Back – The Equals, The Clash
My My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue) – Neil Young
Everything Is Free – Gillian Welch
Okapiposter – Funny Van Dannen
The Dummy Song – Louis Armstrong


Via Facebook, Ukulele Underground:

Do you miss the stage? Finally the time has come and the next OpenMic is coming up. Next Wednesday, August 11, it’s going to be a great time again, starting at 8 pm CET. This time the fantastic Peter Moss, who I had the pleasure to meet at RUhrkulele two years ago, will be our special guest. I’m really looking forward to it.
And now the registration for the stage is open: https://catharina-mit-c.de/openmic-virtuell/.
I have already received some registrations from the very well organized ukulele people, but there are still spots available 🙂
And for all of you who would like to be in the audience: mark your calendars. As usual, the link to the Zoom meeting is also on my website.
See you next week 🙂


251. Berliner Ukulelenstammtisch

in Präsenz?

am Mittwoch, den 28.7.21 gegen 19 Uhr

52.528055988545994, 13.430526004172334


Song-Liste (ungeordnet/unvollständig):

Da Doo Ron Ron – Barry, Greenwich, Spektor
Flyswatter – Eels
I Like Birds – Eels
Crystal – New Order
Don’t Worry, Be Happy – Bobby McFerrin
Ohne Krimi geht die Mimi nie ins Bett – Bill Ramsey
Wagon Wheel – Old Crow Medicine Show
Sheena Is A Punk Rocker – Ramones
Cum On Feel the Noize – Slade
Mirrors – Sally Oldfield
24 Frames – Jason Isbell
Die Moritat von Mackie Messer – Brecht/Weill