This video shows how to add in some extra notes to the right hand and left hand bass line for rocket man!!!
off the wall school of music
Here is an example of the pink panther when you put it all together slowly.
Here is a pattern that you can use in a lot of pop, rock or blues songs. It is one of the most common patterns on the piano… The trick is to find ways to add variation to it!
Gospel has a lot of characteristic sounds that you don’t hear frequently in other styles. A good example is playing a #4diminished chord. In the video we’re playing in the key of C so the #4 diminished chord is F#o. Sound’s very gospelish.
Here are a bunch of licks! You should be keeping a small book of all the licks you’ve worked on so that you don’t forget them and can go back and review them when you need to polish them up or try them in a few keys! Steal some of […]
Here are some left hand patterns for the sweet home Alabama exercise. notice at the end some of the fills and walk ups back to the G chord. You can precede the g chord with E, F, F# and then G.
This is a quick video lesson for Hey Jude. Its a good example of how to play the chords in the Right hand with a bass line. At the end I threw in a couple licks… some of them are better than others! Pick what you can 🙂
This was a transcription for Joe! Covering how to play the piano for the Pearl Jam song “Black” if you were going to play and sing it. Notice near the end there are a lot of power chords or chords without a third. Only the root, fifth and octave. There […]
These are notes from Jesse’s Lesson! He’s working on playing with his roommates who play guitar. They’re learning Pink Floyd wish you were here and we were figuring out ways for the piano to play with the guitar. Next we’ll spice it up with some blues licks.
The chords and groove for hit the road jack on the piano!