Welcome to Ukulele Inspired

Ukulele Inspired is here to provide information, resources, and most of all inspiration to all ukulele players. Thanks for stopping by, this venture is fairly new and my hope is that it will grow and adapt to become a place where we can all be informed and inspired. Feel free to have a look around our site and please don't hesitate to send me your own performance videos, and please comment or email us suggestions for things that might be beneficial in your growth as a ukulele player. My intention is that we can all create a community where we can exchange ideas, performances, and information that will benefit everyone.

Recent News

  • April Beginner’s Series

    Want to learn to play the uke in a small group setting? Check out our 4-week beginners series focusing on the basics of playing the ukulele. The class size will be 6-8 people so go to https://squareup.com/market/ukulele-inspired and email me at ukuleleinspired@gmail.com for location details and to reserve your spot! When:  April 1st, 8th, 15th […]

  • Sessions 4: He Aloha No’o Honolulu

    Shot on location at Hanalei Bay on the north shore of Kauai. Big mahalo to all those that took the time to share a little bit of their knowledge and passion for ukulele during my time in Hawaii. Thanks to Kimo Hussey. Thanks to Joe Souza at Kanile’a ‘Ukulele. Andrew Kitakis and Corey Fujimoto, at […]

  • Insight 4: Melody and Major Scales

    Today I want to discuss melody and give you a quick way of finding notes within a Major Scale.  In our first video we defined melody as being a series of individual notes that are grouped together to form phrases.  The notes that we use to form melodies are chosen from a group of 7 specific notes that […]

  • Insight 3: Harmony and Chord Progressions

    Today let’s dig a little deeper into the second important element of music, HARMONY.  We can define harmony as being more than one note being played simultaneously.  On the ukulele we are usually talking about four notes right?  One on each string to form a chord.  I like to use the metaphor of music as a language where we […]