This is the home of Moselele. We’re a ukulele group in Moseley in Birmingham. If you want you can come and play with us, you can find out when we meet on the about page. We have put all of the songs that we know into one great big database which you can search by song name, the band that made the song and the book that we’ve put it in. You can find links to the PDF for each song there. We also have vast collections of songbooks that you can download and share.

We even make our own ukuleles which you can buy from our shop. We decided to build ukuleles because we noticed that people who came to play with us sometimes had problems because their ukuleles wouldn’t stay in tune. We decided to solve that by designing and building our own ones.

You can also find us on Facebook and Twitter. We’re always pleased to hear from people that play our ukes or use our songbooks. We’re most pleased to hear from people that are planning on coming along to play with us. So, get in touch.

Meet Moselele: #20 – Ian J

And we're up to 20 Meet Moselele posts. Wooo... it's a score. And who are we scoring with today? It's Ian J! Most people start playing the ukulele for a bit of fun. Not Ian. 1) Tell us how you started playing the ukulele. (How long ago? Did you play other instruments...

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Meet Moselele: #19 – Peter H

I know, I know, it's been over a month since I insisted everyone should fill out Meet Moselele questionnaires, then only published one. But I didn't want to get in the way of gig announcements and singalongs and all the rest of it. I hear you're all dying to know what...

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Moseley Festival – 2017

Moseley Festival starts today, no, not the Folk Festival and no, not the Jazz Festival. We have lots of festivals. This is the Moseley one, there are loads of different things going on across the week and we're involved in a few of them. Tomorrow (1st July) we'll be...

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Meet Moselele: #18 – Fiona C

"Meet Moselele" is back. Oh, come on, it's only been THREE YEARS since the last one! (...Almost to the day. That's weird.) For the Meet Moselele comeback gig, we're going back to our roots with another founder member. It's Fi-Fi! 1) Tell us how you started playing the...

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Ukulele Festival of Great Britain – 2017

This weekend is going to be a happy weekend and a sad one. Happy because we'll be in Cheltenham for the Ukulele Festival of Great Britain. It'll be sad because, as many of you will know, after 8 years this is going to be the last Ukulele Festival of Great Britain....

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Grand Northern Ukulele Festival – 2017

It's the Grand Northern Ukulele Festival this week. Starting from the 5th through to the 7th in Huddersfield. And we're going to be there. We will obviously be trying to flog people Bambookuleles (and they are worrying value for money) but we also want to say hello to...

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Moselele Book 8

We're really pleased that we have finished our eighth book of songs. It's taken a few months to put together but it's an epic book. As always, we've done all of the songs from scratch and, where possible, matched each song to the original so it's easier to figure out...

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Hello Potential Moselele People.

Last year we put up this post for people that were thinking about coming along to Moselele. As Christmas has come and gone we always pick up a few people that have ended up with a ukulele over Christmas. I won't bother going through everything I put in the last post....

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Merry Winterval

With Christmas bearing down on us like an unstoppable force we thought it might be useful to let you know what our plans are for the next month or so. We've less gigs coming up than we'd usually do at Christmas but what we're lacking in quantity is more than made up...

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Spookelele 2016

It's the scariest time of  the year. That means we all get to dress up and stand in a pub beer garden whilst you all shout at us. Yes, it's the Spookelele Sing-a-long on Thursday. We did this last year and it was a great night. Not quite the out of control mayhem of...

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