Sunday, June 14th from 2-3 on Zoom (click this link):

Download songs here:

Lift Every Voice and Sing
The Tigard Ukulele Group stands in solidarity with the Black community against police brutality and systemic racism. Music is what brings us together on our Sunday jams. There isn’t a single genre of music we sing that hasn’t been directly influenced by African American culture. Not one. American music is Black music, is our music, is the music of pain and joy, is the music of courage and loss, is the music of our lives. Music is how the oppressed are heard, through voice, words, melody, harmony, and community. 

We stand, as Americans, with our Black brothers and sisters and demand fairness, justice, and change. May the time we spend together making music bring joy and healing to the world, comfort the grief and hopelessness we feel, and unite us as a nation, the first multi-cultural democracy this world has ever seen. It is not the job of the minority to educate the majority. It is not black people’s job to educate white people about what is happening. If you want to know why this issue matters to all Americans, Watch This

Please join us Sunday as we sing songs of love, peace and protest.The harder life is, the harder we dance. We will be welcoming a special guest, Tigard’s Mayor Jason Snider.


Sunday, June 14th from 2-3 on Zoom (click this link):

Download songs here:

Songs for June 14th

Download the weekly songs here: who is interested in doing a solo is welcome to! Please indicate your interest in the chat when you sign in so that we can get a count. We might not be able to get to everyone but would love to give you a chance to play in front of other people if we can. 

How to Join

Open this Zoom link:

Donate to Artichoke Music here: 

Helpful Zoom Tips

  1. Zoom is like a video chat with multiple people. Just click the link, and then it will prompt you to download the software. You can run it on your computer, but you can use it on your phone too. It will be difficult to have everyone playing altogether because of latency, so the leader will mute everyone during the song so you’ll hear just the leader singing and playing, and then we’ll unmute between songs so that we can chat.
  2. Have your music book available on a different device than you’re using for the Zoom (for example, Zoom on your computer or phone, and music on your tablet).”See” you Sunday!
  3. We can only have 100 people on at a time, first come first served.