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Motoshi and Michael, both leading innovators and virtuosos of their instruments, team up to create a new style of jazz with original compositions and thrilling inter play. Michael Manring will be teaching a bass workshop just before the concert.

Cost: $ 30.00
Motoshi and Michael, both leading innovators and virtuosos of their instruments, team up to create a new style of jazz with original compositions and thrilling inter play. Michael Manring will be teaching a bass workshop just before the concert.

Cost: $ 20.00
Growing up, Joe Newberry and April Verch absorbed traditions of home and hearth ? in his Missouri Ozarks and her Ottawa Valley of Canada. Although they are on the road much of the year, the two musicians are fond of saying that they are rarely homesick, because their music means they always have a bit of home with them wherever they go...

Cost: $ 20.00
Last Saturday of Every Month | 6-9pm | Free Admission
Join us on the last Saturday of every month for a night of karaoke! All ages are welcome. Snacks & drinks will be available for purchase. All proceeds and tips go to The Strum Fund.

Cost: $ FREE
Sign up for the Bluegrass Ukulele Workshop with fast picking Dennis Fisher. This fun interactive time will show you how perform fast bluegrass tunes like ?Cripple Creek? on your ukulele! Dennis has a knack for taking beginners as well as advanced players and getting them picking fun songs in no time. Don?t just strum chords, but learn how to delight the ear with melodic picking patterns!

Cost: $ 15.00
Every 1st and 3rd Friday from 7:30-‪10pm‬.

This local concert series is an effort by The Strum Shop to unify musicians in our local area and give them a space where they can showcase their talents and earn some money for their hard work.

Cost: $ 10.00
Third Saturday of Every Month at 1:30pm

Carla Fontanilla presents a workshop to help equip intermediate uke players with fundamental blues and jazz skills and techniques through chord progressions, scales, and styles to complement their existing skills. Players will explore in different songs how applying varying chord patterns, substitutions, scales, "groove-driven" rhythmic expressions and strumming variations skills open wide the fun and enjoyment of blues, jazz and hybrid playing.

Cost: $ FREE
Fifth Saturday of Any Month at 10:30am

On the rare 5th Saturday of the month, we like to get our jam on! All you need to bring is your ukulele and any/all of your favorite songbooks. We'll do a round robin: You pick the song - you (have the option of) leading the song. This is a low-stress environment where we can have fun playing all the music that we might not ordinarily have the chance to play.

Cost: $ FREE
Second Thursday of Every Month at 7pm

The Acoustic Guitar Club is free and open to all ages and playing abilities. Bring your guitar and play along with other acoustic guitar players at all levels. Your host teacher, Eric Enberg, will introduce several new songs each month and expose you to various skills related to the material. Eric strives to provide the materials that address players at different playing levels. Materials are provided free of charge.

Cost: $ FREE
Fourth Thursday of Every Month at 6pm

This is a round robin style jam, intended for all levels to get together and play Oldtime, Americana, Folk, Bluegrass and Beyond in a fun, low-pressure setting. Bring a list of your favorites to share or come and pick up on some new ones. All acoustic instruments are welcome!

Cost: $ FREE
First Saturday of Every Month at 3pm

Come share or learn the basics of Kiho'alu slack key guitar beginning with Taro patch Open G tuning. Learn a new song from others and basic chords to jam together. Several Hawaiian open tunings to explore. Come share what you enjoy about this beautiful music.

Cost: $ FREE
Fourth Saturday of Every Month 12:30pm

Mountain Dulcimer enthusiasts of Northern California finally have a home! All levels and varieties of music are welcome to our club meetup. Our meetings always start with a beginner lesson then move into a fun and friendly jam.

Cost: $ FREE
First Saturday or Every month at 10:30am

Grab your ukulele and join us for The Strum Shop's Free Monthly Ukulele Strum-A-Long lead by Jon, Phil, Audrey & Ariel. All skill levels encouraged and welcome. Song leaders will provide playing tips and tricks while we sing fun and familiar songs - golden oldies, classic rock, seasonal and a Hawaiian song or two, are all part of the mix. We share songs (along with chords and words) up on our big screen but you can nestle up to your neighbor and share their music if you don't have your own book (The Daily Ukulele Songbook - Available for purchase at The Strum Shop). It's cozy and fun!! Bring your uke and your voice and join us for a fun time.

Cost: $ FREE
Last Friday of Every Month from 6-7:30pm

Aloha kakou/everyone! Come join Keoki & Ho'okane Ukulele for a relaxed evening of Mele O Hawai'i (Songs of Hawaii). Learn some beautiful songs that inspired the tourism trade in the islands (hapa haole music) and perhaps pick up on a few traditional Hawaiian songs as well. Guitarists, bassists, cajon players (and of course, ukulele players) as well as those who just like to sing and have the spirit of aloha in their hearts are welcome to join us for our kanikapila/jam session.

Cost: $ FREE
Every Saturday Night from 7pm-9:45pm

Every Saturday night, join us for one of the most popular Open Mic Nights in the region. Sign ups begin at 6PM, and the fun starts at 7PM. Any family friendly form of entertainment is welcome! This events is co-sponsored by Roseville's Family owned music shop, The Strum Shop. Participants may enter to win a $5 gift card from The Strum Shop to be raffled at the end of the event. Must be present to win!

Cost: $ FREE
Second Friday of Every Month | 6pm

Welcoming beginning and intermediate students passionate about tablature. All songs done in tablature and will learn how to keep time with others. The goal is for students to perform to the best of their ability and with passion. Students will perform at the Downtown Tuesday event on Vernon Street, and at the renowned Auburn Ukulele Festival. We will meet at the Strum Shop once a month on the third Friday of the month, from 6-7 pm. Students will be expected to practice, and if possible, will send me a weekly recording of their progress. If students are struggling, I will make time available to schedule private lessons. This orchestra is based upon a previous ukulele orchestra conducted by Dani Joy. After eight months of her mentorship, I have decided to start my own orchestra for those who share my passion for tablature.

Cost: $ 10.00
Once Per Week for 4 Weeks: Tuesdays at 7pm

For eager beginners to learn the basics of guitar to start making music immediately! In this class, you will learn your first 8 chords, some strumming and picking patterns, how to read and understand guitar tablature and your first few songs.

Cost: $ 80.00
Once Per Week for 4 Weeks: Mondays at 7pm

This relaxed group class is designed to get absolute beginners started on playing songs within the first lesson! You will learn basic chords, reading tablature, technique, arpeggios, strumming patterns, and some simple, familiar songs all while gaining the confidence to play with your friends and family at home.

Cost: $ 80.00
Once Per Week for 4 Weeks: Mondays at 6pm

Ukulele is so kid friendly your children will be playing songs in the very first class, giving them a sense of accomplishment and a desire to practice and learn. Skills learned on the ukulele are easily transferable if they choose to pick up another instrument later on. This class includes simple two & three chord songs that allow each student to progress at an easy pace. Children will learn some basic chords & strumming, how to read tab, essential motor skill exercises and some simple, familiar songs.

Cost: $ 92.99