The Christmas Ukulele Book Club
Learn a bookful of Christmas Classics on Your Uke — Without Having to Figure Everything Out Alone!
This is the first time I’ve added a new book to my list of Christmas recommendations in three years.
And here’s the thing —
I *know* that a lot of folks will read words like “solo arrangement” or “melody style” and just say:
Oh, no, that’s not for me.
Believe me — I’ve been there. 🙂
I know that feeling when you pick up a book with hope and high expectations, but then you flip through and your eyes start to blur, and your heart sinks — because it just looks TOO HARD.
I’m here to reassure you:
These Christmas classics sound BEAUTIFUL on the ukulele.
And they’re not that hard to play.
They are, however, kind of hard to FIGURE OUT unless you have a friendly guide to show you how it all works.
INTRODUCING: The 1-Week Ukulele Christmas Book Club
Trust me, if you can play a handful of basic chords and keep a steady strum, you’ll be able to play these songs.
The great thing is, with the approach I’ll show you, you can make the songs as simple or as complex as you want — whatever suits your skill level.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Just like a non-ukulele book club, we’ll have two live, online meetings in early December to work through the book and master these songs. These are guided group lessons where you’ll be able to ask questions and get real feedback and help.
(And if you can’t make the live classes, you can access the video replay at any time.)
Just as important, as part of the book club, you’ll feel motivated and encouraged to actually work your way through the book — instead of letting it collect dust on the shelf “till next year…”.
In other words, you’ll be able to learn these songs and add them to your repertoire in plenty of time to show ’em off for the Christmas season.
REMEMBER — it doesn’t have to feel hard!
These songs use chords you already know and rhythms that are completely manageable.
But we’re going to add in the little tricks, the alternate techniques, and the musicianship that will have you feeling ready to play Christmas songs this year for yourself, for your friends, and your family.
Here’s how the Ukulele Christmas Book Club works:
- You have to buy the book — of course 🙂 How else can you participate in a book club? (I’ll send you complete details when you join.
- And join the book club. We’ll have two live video meetings in early December. First will be my lessons on how to interpret the songs in the book and some very specific details on what you can add to each song to get the best sound. A few days later, we’ll do a follow-up, so you can ask questions, review, and even go a little deeper into the styles and techniques.
- The book is available on Amazon for about $19, or you can try to find it at a local music shop or book store. (It’s not required you have the book, but things will make a lot more sense!).
- The Book Club with two complete live lessons, question-and-answer, plus email support is
$97.00 — less than half the price of two live lessons with me.SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PRICING! I want everyone who wants to participate to be able to participate, so the reduced price is only $20!
- And don’t forget the bonuses!
Christmas is just around the corner, so we have to move quickly! To make it more fun and more valuable to join the Book Club, I’ve got a few extra little goodies for you.
- The Vault – 1-month FREE access. REAL VALUE: $47. You can dig as deep as you’d like into the library of past uke lesson video calls covering dozens of laser-focused topics.
- Song Analysis System – FREE access to the exact method I use when analyzing any new song to make the learning process smooth, predictable, and fun. (And, yes, this applies directly to the songs in the Christmas Book Club!).
- 24/7 Private Help Group – FREE for the month of December. Get encouragement, motivation, and hands-on, how-to advice from your fellow Book Clubbers. Nothing beats knowing You Are Not Alone 🙂
- Invitation: Danno’s Online Ukulele Talent Show, Christmas Edition! You are welcome to present a song for your peers, or just hang out and watch. Either way, it’s a fitting cap to your hard work and dedication.