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.

Valentine’s Gig

The 14th February is not only Valentines Day but it's also the day that some UK famous ukulele people are coming to Birmingham. For one night only, at the Rose Villa Tavern, Mike Hind, Zoë Bestel and Feckless and Fuddle will be playing stuff. There's also a chance to...

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Hello New People

It occurred to us that some of you might have come across our site having got a ukulele for Christmas and be thinking about joining us at The Prince of Wales, (our next meeting is on Thursday the 7th). We often get people coming along who don't really know what to...

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Happy New-Uke Year

For some reason we completely forgot a Merry Christmas post. With the run up to Christmas being as busy as it was we had loads to do with putting out a new Christmas Book, playing lots of new songs to a room full of Santas and having the biggest Christmas Sing-a-Long...

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The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

We've updated our Christmas songbook to include a load more festive songs. We don't do it very often as it's generally quite difficult to think of anymore. Somehow we found another 17 that we'd previously missed, including some classics. That brings our book up to 61...

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Spookelele Sing-A-Long

We've got yet another sing-a-long to add to your calendar. Yes, we've got Summer covered and you know that Christmas only really begins when we get you to sing all of those Christmas classics. Now we're going to make you sing a ridiculous number of spooky tunes, all...

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Favourite Songs – Add it Up

We did the Rude Food Fiesta a couple of summer's back. Being asked to perform is always a pleasure, but when we heard from the people organising this gig, Ian felt obliged to go the extra mile and sort out some songs we hadn't played before . . . Some of them were...

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Favourite Songs – Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me)

The song is (surprisingly) 40 years old (released 1975) and its popularity has endured, it has a great 'good time' feel to it, despite its origins. It was written in response to 3 members of the band walking out on Steve Harley in a dispute over writing songs for a...

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Grand Southern Sale

We  were supposed to be at the Grand Southern Ukulele Festival this weekend but unfortunately they won't be having stalls at their first event. [Edit]I've been informed that GSUF will have stalls after all and we have one if we can get there, I'm not sure we can at...

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Favourite Songs – Detroit Rock City

My favourite is from one of the first LP’s I had, you could call it a gift from my brother in law but the truth is he wanted rid of it. Why, I can’t imagine. The song is track 1 one on side 1. It starts with a breakfast news bulletin on the radio announcing a car...

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Favourite Songs – Womanizer

Leave Britney Alone The song which is guaranteed to put a smile on my face, particularly in the legendary third hour of Thursday Moselele nights, is Womanizer by Britney Spears. I’m not ashamed. I will come straight out and say that I’m probably not a massive Britney...

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