I was teaching one of my favourite students last week.
I love playing the blues on guitar.
There are so many elements and facets to it that blues guitar never really gets boring.
…Especially the further down the rabbit hole you go with it.
I was watching a rare interview the other day.
It was with an amazing guitarist who died young in a tragic helicopter crash.
This fella was a beast of a guitarist and even Mick Jagger and Keith Richards talked about him as being one of the best of all time.
As you probably know, I’m a huge fan of Eric Clapton.
I love his live performances, the music he created in the band Cream, and pretty much all of his blues playing.
Well, here’s a great quote from Sir Eric of Clapton that really defines the blues better than I’ve heard anyone else do so…
Welcome to a new Monday post with 3 random thoughts on all things guitar, music, and life. Here we go…
I love a good quote.
Today I thought I’d share a few classics from great guitar players about the blues.
To make them more interesting, I’ve added some of my thoughts on what these quotes mean and how they can relate to your playing journey!
The other day, John was watching the Kickstarter blues mini-course.
Learning the blues is something he has been super excited about for a long time.
Over the last week or so, I’ve mentioned a couple of times how fun the blues can be to play on guitar…
While it’s not everyone’s cup of tea, here are 16 reasons why I think everyone should learn at least one blues piece in their guitar-playing lifetime…
Welcome to a new Monday post with 3 random thoughts on all things guitar, music, and life, including positivity, a weird exercise, and more. Here we go…
Welcome to a new Monday post with 3 random thoughts on all things guitar, music, and life, including blues jams, the key to success, and more. Here we go…