Ink19.com just posted my review of the Greyhounds – Cheyenne Valley Drive. If you dig the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Doyle Bramhall II, J.J. Grey and the Mofro, or anything in general coming out of Austin, TX or the Swamps of Florida, buy this album or see these guys live.
Hopefully, the previous 2 posts have given you some confidence and you are starting to strum a little and make some organized noise. If you’ve hit those exercises, your fingers will go where you want and form some cool chords. If you’ve practiced the CAGED system, hopefully you’re hitting chords in different places on the
So now you have purchased a guitar. Maybe you picked up a tuner and some guitar picks but, what do you do now? Well, now comes the fun and probably most frustrating part of it. It’s time to get to work and learn the craft. When I started learning to play, it was during the
I’ve had 2 different friends ask me lately about guitar playing and thought I’d put together some simple thoughts that I wish I’d known when I started. I’ve been playing since I was in my early teens and am 43 now. That doesn’t mean I’m any good but, I’ve been a constant student along the
I wrote this article for a facebook group about a recording artist, guitar shop owner/teacher, and lover of great guitar music . It’s a Q&A through email about him, his experiences as a guitar player, and while heavily favored on the Allman Brothers Band, Kunio explores wide range of interesting topics. I’m also overly inquisitive
Music always has been and will continue to be my number one passion throughout my life. It stirs my soul and makes me feel alive while I listen to and play it on my guitar. It is the driving force to everything that I do and once I figure out how to pay the bills