I’m an ‘ukulele artist from Honokaʻa, Hawaiʻi, where I run this site from a little plantation house in the jungle. Jambalaya Chords - Hank Williams, version (2). JAMBALAYA ON THE BAYOU by Hank Williams Sr 1952 this is the way I do Jambalaya Key [C] [C] Goodbye, joe, me gotta go, me oh my [G7] oh. Trying to sing and play at once is much harder and you need to be very confident with your strumming and chords, otherwise you’ll get thrown off as you try to remember the words too! My yvonne, the sweetest one, me oh [G7] my oh. I’ve taught workshops internationally, made Herb Ohta Jr. laugh until he cried, and once jammed with HAPA onstage in my boardshorts. Me gotta go, pole the pirogue down the [C] bayou. If you have to skip a few strums to get to the chords on time, that’s fine. To start, try to focus on just getting the chord changes down. To start, try to focus on just getting the chord changes down. I’ll have to check it out the next time I’m down south in the States! Pick guitar, fill G fruit jar and be gayo, Son of a gun, we'll have C big fun on the bayou. You’ve got two bars of C, four bars of G, and then finish off with another two bars of C. To start with, just play one strum per bar before working your way up to two strums per bar. There’s an eight-bar chord progression.
D7 G Son of a gun, gonna have big fun on the bayou.
For the G chord, you don’t have to move any fingers back and forth, but you’re going to alternate picking between the 6th and 4th strings. The difficulty with this comes in when picking individual strings between strums – you’ve got to be careful to pick the correct string each time. Mahalo!
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Jambalaya by Hank Williams is a natural fit for ʻukulele! I’ll have to check it out the next time I’m down south in the States! This is a proper country classic from Hank Williams about jambalaya, which I’ve just recently been informed is a meat, seafood, and rice dish from Louisiana! Jump to chords.
I’m too young to know the original version, but I was introduced to this song by, my friend Konabob’s parody he calls “Jam Da Island.”. This gives a little more movement to the rhythm, but it can be tricky for proper beginners. Do this for a while before you try to sing while playing. To get started, just use a chalangalang strum and make sure your fingers know where to go for C and G7 (chord charts here: major, 7th).
When playing the C chord, you’re going to play the bass note on the 5th string just as normal. Support my free content: buy one of my ebooks or leave a tip. This is a proper country classic from Hank Williams about jambalaya, which I’ve just recently been informed is a meat, seafood, and rice dish from Louisiana! Play Jambalaya Chords using simple video lessons [Chorus] Well jambalaya and a crawfish G pie and fillet gumbo Cause tonight i'm gonna C see my ma cher amio. Jambalaya by Hank Williams is a natural fit for ʻukulele! Son of a gun, we'll have big fun on the [C] bayou. This might be hard for you at first, but practice it slow and steady until you the rhythm you’re looking for. This song uses only those two chords, so you can really put them to work. This song is awesome for those of you who are working through my beginner’s course and have just learned the G and C chords. Continue to alternate between the 5th and 6th strings for the whole bar.
Play to whatever level you feel comfortable with! It only uses two chords and is immediately recognizable to most folks!
The good news is that the original recording is in the key of C so you can play along with Hank on your uke and still use easy chords. This is technically a C/G chord.
If you want to get really crazy with the strumming, you can pick the bass note of each chord and then strum the rest of the chord.
Jambalaya (On The Bayou) chords Creedence Clearwater Revival (Hank Williams 1952, Grand Texas melody) G D D7 G 2x G D Goodbye, Joe, me gotta go, me oh my oh. On the next C chord, though, you’re going to move your 3rd finger to the thickest string and play that as the bass note.
For those of you who are a little more advanced, you can play it like it is on the original recording. D My Yvonne, the sweetest one, me oh my oh. G Me gotta go, pole the pirogue down the bayou.
To get started, just use a chalangalang strum and make sure your fingers know where to go for C and G7 (chord charts here: major, 7th). It only uses two chords and is immediately recognizable to most folks! [Chorus] C Well jambalaya and a crawfish G pie and fillet gumbo
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