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    kahaikahai
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    Hey Guys,

    if you saw last week’s podcast, you might have seen that we announced that our friends Craig and Sarah will be joining us as guest for our next podcast:

    Craig and Sarah are awesome players, teachers and event organizers.

    We’ve even had them on UU a few times too:

    Intro to Jazz Ukulele with Craig Chee and Sarah Maisel

    I’m sure we’re going to have a blast hanging out and talking with them, but we also want to ask them questions from you guys. If you have a question for them, feel free to leave it here, or you can ask the question in the chat on Thursday at 1 pm Hawaii Time:

    Live Classroom

    If you can’t watch the podcast live, you can still leave a question here. We’re super excited to have Craig and Sarah on, not only because they are great players, but because they are also our really good friends. We hope you’re excited too, and we hope to see you there on Thursday.

    Aloha,
    -Kahai

    Edit: Sorry guys, we have to move the podcast back a week. We should have Craig and Sarah on next week, so you can still send them in, and we’ll ask them on the 22nd.

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    osedmen
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    Hello everyone!

    I would like to ask her some tips to memorize lyrics , thanks.

    and to Craig: Three favourite Ukulele soloist albums to listen.

    bye!

    #28862
    salejandrino
    Member

    This is a question for Sarah, Craig, and the rest of the crew –

    While working a song to mastery and muscle memory helps a lot, it feels like my performance is 65% the quality of my best practice session because of nerves and getting in my own head. This even happens when I turn on a camera to record myself.

    What do you do to get into a relaxed flow state before performances, and how do you stay in the zone while playing the piece?

    I’d love any tips to get out of my own way. Thanks!

    Simon

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