A BLUES ROCK TRIBUTE MUSIC VIDEO FROM THE BAND "SUPER NATURAL SOUL BROTHER" ABOUT SOME OF THEIR BLUES MUSIC HEROS Distributed by Tubemogul.
Do not pass go, you've got to know it, can't avoid it essential blues riff.
*******www.steviesnacks****/ - *UPDATE* This entire 22 minute lesson has been released for free on StevieSnacks. You can find it at the link above, or in the StevieSnacks Podcast.
Put your knowledge of Box 1 to use with this 22 minute lesson that covers a lick that is both fast and sexy. In the lesson, you'll learn the techniques behind the polished sound of this lick. Anyone can learn to play fast, but how you apply that speed determines whether or not your playing will move people when they listen. While the notes of this lick can be learned in 10 minutes, the advanced topics in the full lesson are things that took me well over 10 years to even begin learning.
This is a lesson that provides learning for intermediate and advanced guitar players. Beginners will have some trouble following because of the speed at which the lick is supposed to be played. Intermediate players will have to step up their speed to get the correct timing, while advanced players will have to think about some of the meta-level things beyond pure speed. Things like timing, acceleration, creating contrast through accents, lazy bends, and knowing when to hammer on or to pick certain notes.
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In this video lesson we teach an easy and fun blues guitar solo that we play over a jam track - you will learn the lead guitar lines played in the into and also the soloing strategies to play lead guitar over these chords.
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Runaway Slide cover of Jimi Hendrix Red House from 2009 Tremblant Blues Festival.
Grammys week shines its spotlight on the independent music artists of the world at the “2012 All Indie Music Awards.”
The 2012 All Indie Music Awards has nominated Emphasis Records recording artist Stevie Hawkins in two categories as “Best Blues Artist” and “Best Jazz Artist.” Hawkins and his label are extremely excited.
The songs in this video are by Stevie Hawkins, "Jack Of All Trades" from his High Time CD, and "Spirit Of The Butterfly" from his What The Funk? CD.
Visit the 2012 All Indie Music Awards website for info regarding the Feb 10, 2012 event. www.aimusicwards****
Video Produced/Directed/Edited: Stevie Hawkins
Stevie Hawkins launches his "Vote For The Ugly Man" campaign! Stevie is in the running in the 2012 All Indie Music Awards as "Best Blues Artist" and "Best Jazz Artist." In this video, Stevie consoles with The Monk King from the Planet Funk-It-Be about what he should do regarding the nominations. As Stevie sings and plays the blues on his drums, he entertains the notion that he might too old and ugly to stay in the running. Hence, his extended shout-out for support from people globally to "Vote For The Ugly Man!" From Stevie moaning the blues, to a jumping cow, this video is good for a few laughs. But seriously, after you watch the video, please help ol' Stevie out and go "Vote For The Ugly Man" in the 2012 All Indie Music Awards. *******www.steviehawkins****/vote Thank you!
The 2012 All Indie Music Awards, Feb 10, 2012 at the Key Club in Hollywood. *******ww.aimusicawards****
NOTE: The "Beverly Hillbillies" clips and the "Croon Crazy" cartoon clips in this video are in the public domain.
The song "High Time" is the title cut from a Stevie Hawkins blues CD release.
Ttile: High Time
Artist: Stevie Hawkins
Writers: Charlotte Hannon - T.S. Hawkins
Album: High Time
Label: Emphasis Records
Video Directed/Edited/Produced by Stevie Hawkins
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What a gift it is, to be able to play music. We should all embrace the gifts that are given to us, accept them for what they are, and use them to bring people tog Positive People only please, Faith in what you do and who you are. The list changes from time to time, but, you can always count on: Eric Clapton, U2, Buddy Guy, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Johnny Depp, Al Pacino, Lindsey Buckingham, OLD Van Halen, I'll even throw in some White Stripes...ether. How could we not? - Rene Upon his high school graduation, Rene felt there was more to life than what he found in his home town. Packing a bag and his guitar, Rene moved west to Los Angeles and quickly co-founded the band Act of Faith. With a rapid growth in fan base, Act of Faith was soon playing at renowned Hollywood hot spots, such as The Whiskey, Roxy, and The Viper Room.