Sunday, June 26th from 2-3 Pacific Time on Zoom (see link below)

Who’s Hosting This Sunday’s Virtual Jam? 

This week’s jam is hosted by Geralyn Schultz. 

About Geralyn: My childhood, college years, and 10 years of professional life centered on playing classical music.  I played piano for fun and earned a living playing cello.  That was many years ago and I don’t play much classical right now.  I envision playing cello in an orchestra again when I retire.  These days I’m having fun playing older popular tunes on the ukulele and singing.  As a children’s librarian, I also play ukulele at storytime.  (I love that two little girls get out their toy ukuleles and jam with me when we sing!  Totally adorable.)

Songs for June 26th

  • Amie
  • Blue Skies
  • Caolina in My Mind
  • Daydream
  • Edlleweiss
  • Who’ll Stop the Rain
  • Let it Be
  • Homeward Bound
  • Feeling’ Groovy

Download songs here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1birJ4UqNwA-oeCS9zOx7qK3XZCfRf5Cn?usp=sharing

Anyone 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:  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84656054596?pwd=MVlYeDlLYUpBNHNJb3ptalp3WmN6UT09
Meeting ID: 846 5605 4596
Passcode: 130069

Upcoming Events

TUG and WDS Outdoor Jam Saturday June 25th
TUG will be joining forces with the WDS conference in having a outdoor jam at Park blocks on June 25th. For more information: 

Looking for next in-person jam host!
Would you like to host the next in-person jam, on Sunday July 3rd at 2 pm? If so, contact Karen at 9patch@gmail.com

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!

We can only have 100 people on at a time, first come first served.