Today I want to talk about playing fingerstyle songs in a really fun way!
Do you have a song in your musical locker that you love playing?
If not, this is a really important goal all guitarists should aim to achieve.
Have you heard the story of Tom Dula?
It was 1866, and in a town in North Carolina, a man was about to be hanged.
The man was called Tom Dula and his crime – taking the life of an innocent woman.
Here’s a familiar guitar-playing story…
Ho, ho, ho, my guitar-playing friends.
Are you getting ready for Christmas?
Ever seen the movie Sliding Doors?
I hadn’t until recently.
One of my favourite movies growing up was…
The Nightmare Before Christmas.
It still is.
Playing guitar should be fun, but how fun is it for you?
On a scale of 1-10, where would you rate your enjoyment?
Is it a low number or a high number?
Yesterday I asked you which songs you wanted to see in my new paperback book.
Thanks for all the replies. I’ve started sorting through them all!
Just a quick one today.
I’ve talked a little bit lately about how powerful backing tracks can be for making progress on the guitar.
Well, over the last few days, I’ve been editing a new lesson where I’m teaching how to play a super famous song using some really cool backing tracks.