Archive for May, 2024

Thanks to Patreons

A massive thanks again to the massive generosity of Uke Hunt’s Patreon backers for keeping the site up and running this month. And double thanks go to these legendary patrons of the arts: And extra thanks to May’s Tenor level backers: – Arthur Foley – BigHempin – Colleen Petticrew – Dennis Boutsikaris – Elizabeth Beardsley […]

Taylor Swift – august (Tabs)

Taylor Swift – august (Tab) Taylor Swift seems to be ubiquitous these days. And there’s no getting away from her here, I’m afraid. Here’s my take on a track from her album Folklore (giving you plenty of time to practice before it becomes relevant): August Verse: These are nice and simple. Standard chords in the […]

Jawbreaker – Boxcar (Tabs)

Jawbreaker – Boxcar (Tab) I was very sad to hear of the death of Steve Albini recently. I’ve covered a bunch of songs he worked on in the past including Where Is My Mind?, All Apologies and Heart Shaped Box. For this tribute, I went with Jawbreaker’s response to sell-out accusations: Boxcar. The arrangement is […]

UkeTube: Cyrille Aimee, Taimane

Watch on YouTube Playlist Cyrille Aimée & Handmade Moments – Another War Taimane – Gotta Get It Ukulollo – Monopolele Pizzica M.J. & Saskia – First Light Dingus Khan – Japanese Fighting Bugs Eugene Kurenko – Paso doble for Elise and ukulele PROMISE. – How It Feels To Be Loved 4stringboy – Star Wars Duel […]

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros – Home (Tabs)

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros – Home (Tabs) Here’s a tab for probably the biggest hit of the indie folk era: Home. Intro: Straight in with the trickiest part of the song. If you wanted to make this easier, you could just chug out the chords rather than tackling the fingerpicking. Verse: I’ve tried […]

The Black Keys – Tighten Up (Tabs)

The Black Keys – Tighten Up (Tab) The Black Key’s Tighten Up, like most of their songs, is a very straight forward blues rock song. But there are a couple of oddities. The first is a rogue bar of 3/4 in bar 38. The second starts at bar 48 when the song, ironically, loosens up […]