How To Play Tears In Heaven on Ukulele

August 21, 2019 1 Comment

How To Play Tears In Heaven on Ukulele

A Little Info About This Lesson

"Tears in Heaven” was inspired by the death of Eric Clapton’s four-year-old son, Conor, who fell from his New York apartment. The song appeared in the 1991 soundtrack for the film, Rush. It was Eric’s best-selling single in the United States and went on to reach number two on the Billboard Hot 100.

The song won three Grammy Awards - Best Pop Vocal Performance, Song of the year, and record of the year. Learn how to play this very emotional song with Jeff’s simple tutorial. You’ll impress your friends with the nice and catchy intro. Have a go and watch the video below if you want to add this song to your playlist.

Jeffrey's Instructional Video


The Original Song

Book A Free Lesson with Jeffrey Thomas

Jeff is offering a free 30 minute lesson over Skype to ukulele players of any level. Jeff is the best in the business and can provide expert knowledge on mastering "Tears in Heaven" by Eric Claption and many more songs of your choice. Jeff is a friend of ours at UkuleleMate and has been teaching Aussie students for many years, we can't speak highly enough of him. We encourage you to go ahead and schedule your free lesson today.





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Terri Wilby
Terri Wilby

January 20, 2020

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